electrogalvanizing

electrogalvanizing

[i¦lek·trō′gal·və‚nīz·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Coating of a metal, especially iron or steel, with zinc by electroplating.

electrogalvanizing

Galvanizing by a process in which the zinc is deposited by an electroplating method.
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Spectrum 7b), it shows that both EZG panels were subjected to the electrogalvanizing process as stated in their products' data sheet.
Although the possibility of rust is more likely at the edges of the hood than at its center, the amount of electrogalvanizing is the same right across the surface.
Once you hot dip that product you change the strength quality in the hot roll and you lose all the advantages of your high strength, so electrogalvanizing is the way to go.
Zinc has much in common with tin in that several solution options exist and are used - acid chloride and sulphate for electrogalvanizing, and alkaline zincate and cyanide for rack and barrel plating.
In what follows, I describe the process involved in restructuring a finishing process at each plant: a bar mill at Indiana Harbor Works and an electrogalvanizing line at Gary Works.
a major Japanese steelmaker, announced Thursday it has terminated its electrogalvanizing joint venture with LTV Corp.
1 billion in its flagship Gary Works since 1981 to take advantage of new technology, including pulverized coal injection and a double-sided electrogalvanizing line.
Access to funds on such a scale encouraged a huge increase in investment, targeted mostly at facility modernization and at capacity expansions in relatively sophisticated processes such as continuous annealing and electrogalvanizing.
The most recent model introduced by Durco's Valve Division is the BTV-2000 butterfly valve designed for handling harsh chemicals such as chlorinated brine, electrogalvanizing solutions, and bleaches.
Curtis Barnette announced the purchase plan at a press conference as Bethlehem and LTV have agreed to convert L-S II from an electrogalvanizing facility into a state-of-the-art hot dip galvanizing plant.
Steel plans to invest $20 million to upgrade its electrogalvanizing line at its Gary Works, and in September last year, the company dedicated a new $240 million continuous caster.