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    The Coatinc Company Holding GmbH
    Steinstraße 5
    57072 Siegen, Germany
    Phone: +49 271 43478
    Fax: +49 271 46869

    Your contact person
    Diana Posner
    d.posner@coatinc.com

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    The Coatinc Company Holding GmbH
    Steinstraße 5
    57072 Siegen, Germany
    Phone: +49 271 43478
    Fax: +49 271 46869

    Your contact person:
    Petra Böhmer
    p.boehmer@coatinc.com

    Contact Holding company

    Headquarter
    The Coatinc Company Holding GmbH

    Carolinenglückstraße 6-10
    44793 Bochum, Germany
    Phone: +49 234 52905-0
    Fax: +49 234 52905-15

    Your contact person:
    Silke Sandmeier
    E-Mail: holding@coatinc.com

    Hot-dip galvanizing

    When steel is dipped into molten zinc at a temperature of approximately 450 °C, in the process of galvanizing a layer of iron-zinc alloy with a variety of compositions and then a highly adherent layer of pure zinc builds up on the steel component as a result of inter-diffusion between the liquid zinc and the steel surface.

    Well applied

    After the incoming inspection, the components are charged using a device, taking their shape and type into account. All dirt is removed in the subsequent wet chemical pre-treatment and the steel surface is activated using a flux solution for the following galvanizing process. Rounding out the process, a swift, steep dipping process then occurs in addition to a short, product-dependent dipping time, the cleaning of the bath surface before starting the slow, steep pulling out process and the removal of zinc runs.

    Surface quality

    The build-up of the iron-zinc alloy layers during the process can be carried out at different speeds. The chemical composition of steel with respect to silicon and phosphorus is of crucial importance, as in certain concentrations these elements accelerate the iron-zinc reaction, and thick, grey zinc coats are formed during galvanizing. In order to achieve perfect visual results, this fact should be taken into account in the planning phase.

    Well equipped

    For steel components exposed to atmospheric oxygen, hot-dip galvanizing provides highly effective corrosion protection with very long protection duration. For many applications, the protection duration and service life are actually the same. Zinc coats offer low-maintenance or even maintenance-free corrosion protection. When analyzing the costs of corrosion protection measures, including maintenance and repair costs during the service life of steel constructions, hot-dip galvanizing is by far the most economical corrosion protection available, both for steel constructions and many other steel products.

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    Classic surface finishing – explained in 60 seconds.

    The process unbeatable for almost 150 years for the sustainable corrosion protection of steel.

    Manufacturing and construction suitable for hot-dip galvanizing

    We have compiled a number of useful tips for you on the manufacture and construction suitable for hot-dip galvanizing.

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    No paint / sprays / weld slag
    No decals / markings

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    Openings in the base plate area

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    Do not weld extensively

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    Vent corners

    the coatinc company processes galvanizing the coatinc company notches top plate area

    Notches / bores in the top plate area

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    Position ventilation and suspension points

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    Weld in the sleeves in a flush manner

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    Vent laminations

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    Introduce beading / tilting

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    Bores visible

    the coatinc company processes galvanizing the coatinc company bores concealed

    Bores concealed / verifiable

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    Openings in complex construction

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