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For over 60 years, AZZ has been committed to developing innovative products and services to address the challenge of aging infrastructure. Every day, over 3700 AZZ employees around the globe work to create a world where structural assets are corrosion-free, and power generation, transmission, and distribution are inherently safe, sustainable, and efficient.

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Welding After Hot-Dip Galvanizing

Welding After Hot-Dip Galvanizing

All commonly practiced welding and cutting techniques can be used on galvanized steel (see American Welding Society’s [AWS] specification D – 19.0, Welding Zinc-Coated Steel). Welding on galvanized steel is usually necessary if the final structure is too large to be dipped in a galvanizing bath or for structures that must be welded in the field.

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A Series: Improving Total Lifetime Value of Data Centers through Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) Reduction

A Series: Improving Total Lifetime Value of Data Centers through Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) Reduction

Managing cooling and power efficiencies has been challenging for data center designers for quite some time. This is due to the significant loads required for the centers to operate effectively. IT equipment manufactured today is substantially smaller and faster, but more importantly to designers, the power density of the system is high, therefore generating significant excess heat. Temperature increases in data centers are a risk to reliability.

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