Galvanised steel sheets are stronger thanks to zinc

Released on May. 28, 2018

Keeping it simple, galvanisation is a chemical process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel to prevent rusting. Thanks to the tough coating of zinc carbonate, corrosive substances cannot reach the underlying metal. Scratch on the coating? No problem - zinc still protects the underlying steel. It's not magic, just a bit of chemistry: zinc is the sacrificial anode. It really "sacrifices" itself to protect the metal, so the galvanised steel sheets have self-healing abilities. Galvanised steel sheets are resistant to moisture, corrosion, rust, and even mechanical scratches. That's why they last for years.

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Galvanised steel sheets are stronger thanks to zinc