Zinc Iron is an electrolytic plating process that is proven to combat the corrosion of steel. This process provides additional corrosion resistance compared to standard zinc.
In the zinc plating process a bond is created between the zinc and steel forming an iron rich alloy. When corrosion appears, the zinc corrodes before the steel, allowing the steel to go unmarred.
The zinc plating process can be considered an excellent primer for paint surfaces, with the paint protecting the zinc, giving a lasting protection. Rust, which gets under paint films and lifts them from the steel, will be inhibited from forming because of zinc plating. Should the part require longer corrosion protection, depending on end use, zinc chromate conversion coatings are used.
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Sacrificial Corrosion Resistance
Max Part Size
40" x 19" x 5"
77 pounds per part