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Big Tex Aerators designs aerators located in Rosharon, Texas just outside of Houston. These aerators are built to service all kinds of aquaculture aerating needs from redfish and catfish farms to oyster bed farms. The decision to hot-dip galvanize these aerators with...
“Their light will continue to go on and stand through the test of time.”
By galvanizing all of this material, the enclosure will remain a modern, aesthetically pleasing area into the future.
The choice to galvanize the targets came easy to enhance the performance and durability.
A U.S. supplier of leaf spring suspension systems was experiencing issues with the quality control and turnaround times of its provider of electrocoating (e-coating) services.
A global commercial vehicle supplier was searching for a strategic partner with the expertise, capabilities, and capacity to serve as the sole metal finishing vendor for its operations in Texas.
A leading, global supplier of commercial aircraft seats consistently faced the challenge of fulfilling orders requiring fast turnaround times.
When commercial aircraft were grounded by the FAA for corrosion of seat components, the supplier of the defective parts faced the challenge of replacing them very quickly to return the aircraft to service.
AZZ Galvanizing – Crowley was proud to help with the construction of a recreational aquatic center, and was recently recognized for its work on the project by the American Galvanizers Association for Excellence in Hot Dip Galvanizing.
This is a suburban bridge with high traffic volume passing over and under. De-icing solutions and salts have been applied regularly over the years.
The plant, located in the Middle East, is designed to recycle concrete products. The facility is subjected to constant UV rays, 120 degree plus heat, sand storms, as well as the abrasive conditions created by an aggregate crusher.
Ski lifts need to be built to withstand cold winter conditions and the abrasive dings and dents often incurred to recreation equipment. This is the main reason why the ski lift at a resort was hot-dip galvanized (HDG).
With scores of silver seating rows spanning far into the distance, racetracks are cherished attractions for any community. Rust from corrosion only dulls the city’s charm. For decades, the only corrosion protection used to protect the massive collection of steel used in this structure was paint.
This suburban community, known for its natural resources, has a history of taking a long term view of community development. Establishing parks and creating quality, recreational and open space opportunities is a high priority for the city.
Spanning eleven active railroad tracks, the oil bridge needs durable protection from the rough, corrosive industrial environment of the railway system.
Committed to longevity and quality, one of the largest tractor trailer manufacturers in the US approached AZZ in need of protection for their rear frame and bumper assemblies.
The trailer manufacturer prides itself on building tough trailers built for tough duty. In 2010, they made the decision to start hot-dip galvanizing their trailers to provide a competitive advantage.
As an established innovator in the trailer industry, the manufacturer noticed corrosion was impeding their charge to provide high quality, durable, long lasting products to their customers.
Located in the harsh environment of a limestone quarry, the aggregate screening plant must withstand constant bombardment of small and large pieces of limestone rocks.
It is a dirty job, but somebody has got to do it. A tough, hardy little powerhouse, the dredge works up and down the Mississippi River on the east bank to provide access to the cruise terminals.
A duplex system was specifically chosen to offer not only years of care-free maintenance, but also attractive aesthetics that the client could choose to fit their color scheme.
The bridge, built in 1927 and fully rehabilitated (2006-2010), is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Using hot-dip galvanized steel (HDG) in the rehabilitation extends the life of the bridge.
The owner of this bridge had experience with hot-dip galvanizing (HDG) and knew it would withstand the corrosive nature of truck, tractor and automobile traffic. He also knew the maintenance-free nature of galvanized steel meant no additional time or money would be wasted on upkeep for the bridge.
The zero maintenance factor of hot dip galvanized steel and the economic savings it delivers year after year were drivers for this stadium project. Basic paint simply would not do justice to a stadium of this caliber.