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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.
Hot-dip galvanizing has provided steel corrosion protection for over half a century for structures used in the generation, transmission and distribution of energy from traditional power sources.
Solar energy provides clean, sustainable power and is becoming an increasingly popular form of alternative energy. Large-scale renewable energy projects are becoming common in multiple states across the country.
Transmission poles are among an electrical utility’s largest and most important commercial assets. However, once the corrosion of a galvanized transmission pole occurs, it advances quickly.
The manufacturer has been producing truck lifts for years; however, in coastal and Northern markets, they were battling premature corrosion on their painted gates.
The fabricator understands the harsh environment of an underground limestone mine and knows that hot-dip galvanizing (HDG) is the ultimate coating for this environment.
The dairy used hot-dip galvanizing (HDG) for their new facility. They needed the most durable, cost effective and low maintenance corrosion protection offered. The dairy has the capacity to milk 6,000 cows per day and produce 25,000 gallons of milk.
The greenhouse was a perfect candidate for the use of hot-dip galvanized (HDG) steel. Since the plants grown in the greenhouse require routine watering, the tenacious, water-resistant coating that forms from the zinc patina protects the steel from the corrosive, wet environment.