The most common process for protecting steel in our industry is hot-dip galvanizing. This process basically immerses steel into a bath of molten zinc to produce a corrosive resistant coating. But as steel ages, so does the protective coating and this can lead to structural failure. But our team can help. We have the tools and the training to re-apply zinc to steel structures and we can complete this process in the field, where the structures are. We can process platforms, exposed beams, and many more structures without having to ship the pieces back to the factory. This process is better than painting and not only improves the aesthetics of the steel; it prolongs the life of the structure.


  • Melting Zinc Then Blowing Onto Structure With Pressurized Air
  • Platforms
  • Exposed Beams
  • Protection Around Work Area
  • Replaces Galvanizing In Field
  • Better Than Painting In Field

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