Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

Juliana St

Beaconvale Ind

Juliana St

Cape Town

7500

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.918003

18.583297

37 Beacon Way

Beacon Way

Parow

7500

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.915949

18.582679

13 Bridge St

Bridge St

Bellville

7530

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.89841

18.625

Beacon Wy

Beacon Wy

Parow

7500

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.915033

18.58194

9 Connaught Rd

Connaught Rd

Parow

7500

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.9411

18.59671

102 Taylor St

Taylor St

Parow

7500

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.91889

18.59118

3 Otto St

Otto St

Parow

7500

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.91859

18.58708

Electro galvanising

Electro galvanising is a scientific process that is used to protect steel products against corrosion using zinc. Corrosion is the wearing off of steel materials as a result of rusting which is catalysed by the exposure of steel to moist environments. The process is widely known as zinc electroplating which involves the running of electricity current in a zinc solution whereby zinc acts the anode and the steel is the conductor in chemistry and physics terms. The zinc particles are electro deposited on the steel conductor that can always be referred to as the eletrode.

There are many steel suppliers in South Africa and they distribute galvanised steel products to different consumers in the construction, automobile, agriculture and the mining industry. Steel is used for various productions in these industries. It is one of the many materials that are used for the strength and durability and these qualities have been made possible by protecting steel materials from corrosion or rusting with processes that include electro galvanising.

Steel  manufacturers and suppliers around the nation and the world at large have employed electro galvanising in their productions. Electro galvanising is carried out on all steel products that can always include pipes, rods, bars, sheets and wire products of different size as few examples. It does not only give protection against corrosion but it also gives the steel materials an aesthetic value.

Electro galvanising is one of the many zinc electroplating processes that are widely used by steel manufacturers around the nation though hot dip galvanising can always be an alternative. To find out more about electro galvanising, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

Electro galvanising

Electro galvanising is a scientific process that is used to protect steel products against corrosion using zinc. Corrosion is the wearing off of steel materials as a result of rusting which is catalysed by the exposure of steel to moist environments. The process is widely known as zinc electroplating which involves the running of electricity current in a zinc solution whereby zinc acts the anode and the steel is the conductor in chemistry and physics terms. The zinc particles are electro deposited on the steel conductor that can always be referred to as the eletrode.

There are many steel suppliers in South Africa and they distribute galvanised steel products to different consumers in the construction, automobile, agriculture and the mining industry. Steel is used for various productions in these industries. It is one of the many materials that are used for the strength and durability and these qualities have been made possible by protecting steel materials from corrosion or rusting with processes that include electro galvanising.

Steel  manufacturers and suppliers around the nation and the world at large have employed electro galvanising in their productions. Electro galvanising is carried out on all steel products that can always include pipes, rods, bars, sheets and wire products of different size as few examples. It does not only give protection against corrosion but it also gives the steel materials an aesthetic value.

Electro galvanising is one of the many zinc electroplating processes that are widely used by steel manufacturers around the nation though hot dip galvanising can always be an alternative. To find out more about electro galvanising, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

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