Firstly Galvanied involves coating steel, iron or aluminum with a layer of zinc. After That Although various methods can be used to apply the zinc layer. Generally the most common method is hot-dip, or filling metal in a bath of molten zinc.
Above all As Hot-dip is usually prefere over other method because it produces a thicker, more durable zinc layer. Therefore Galvanize Pipes & Tubes are less expensive, so they are used for a wide range of application.
Galvanized Pipes and tubes Specification
Specifications : IS – 1239 (2004), Equivalent To BS – 1387 / 1985.
Finish of Pipe : Hot Dip Galvanized Pipes, Galvanized Pipes.
Size : 15 MM NB TI 150 NB MM (1/2”to 6”).
End : Plain end / Bevel end AND Ends joint with flange.
Feature : Corrosion Resistant, High Toughness and Deform ability,
Surface Finish : Galvanize.
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