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galvanize

[′gal·və‚nīz]
(metallurgy)
To deposit zinc on the surface of iron or steel by the processes of hot dipping, sherardizing, or sometimes electroplating.

galvanize

To coat steel or iron with zinc, as, for example, by immersing it in a bath of molten zinc.
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That is why Ash & Lacey shut up shop since Tyneside's Metnor is the country's third largest galvaniser behind it with Hill & Smith not far behind.
Steve Pesticcio, director of Specialist Site Services, and Cardiff Galvanisers director Gareth Evans both offered to construct the swing for free.
In East Moors Road, Cardiff Galvanisers have acquired the 6,850 sq ft Unit 11 East Moors Business Park at a figure of close to the pounds 300,000 asking price whilst in Pacific Business Park, Scanagraphics Limited has purchased a new unit of 10,650 sq ft from Bell Builders.
Springvale has already attracted established Black Country names, such as galvanisers Hill & Smith, Metabrasive, furniture manufacturers Sharps Bedrooms, Utopia, plus B&Q Warehouses and Mecca Bingo.
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