Do you want a pipeline that can withstand rust and last for 100 years? If so, please choose galvanized pipes coated with thin zinc steel to prevent corrosion.
As one of the largest distributors of domestic and international galvanized pipelines, we can see that these pipes can meet thousands of customers. The following are the four reasons for the selection of galvanized pipes.
Protection of steel pipe from corrosion
Without protection, iron in steel will react with water and oxygen in the air. This can cause rust, corrosion and eventual disintegration.
Zinc plating adds a layer of zinc to the top of the steel, and the layer is used as a barrier layer, which makes the corrosion elements reach the steel for a longer time.
This layer is also wear-resistant and scratched, and many people think it makes steel look more attractive.
Prevent steel pipe rusting
This layer of zinc can also be used as a “sacrificial layer” to provide rust protection.
If the galvanized steel starts to rust, zinc will rust before the steel. Even if the surface is worn or scratched, this is correct. Even if galvanized pipes do exhibit some rust, most of the zinc must be corroded first before the integrity of the steel tube is damaged.
These two protection means that the industrial galvanized steel can last for 100 years.
Many people think that galvanized pipes are more expensive, but if they consider their life expectancy, they can actually reduce long-term costs.
Replacing pipes from materials to labor can be very expensive. However, because the service life of galvanized steel is as long as that of your life, you only need to undertake the cost of installing galvanized pipe once.
Universal and recyclable
You can find galvanized steel everywhere: houses, skyscrapers, cars, boats and other marine structures that need protective elements.
In addition to durability and corrosion resistance, galvanized steel is ubiquitous because it can be recycled and reused. This is not only good for your pipeline but also good for the environment.