Galvanized Structure

Galvanized Structure refers to a process in which steel or iron is coated with a layer of zinc to protect it from corrosion and rust. This process is known as hot-dip galvanizing and is used to extend the life of a structure by protecting it from the elements.

At Upstate Engineering, we specialize in providing hot-dip galvanizing services using imported super high grade zinc that is >99% pure to ensure the quality of our results. Our team of galvanizing experts are dedicated to providing high-quality results and go through a complete process that includes surface cleaning, water washing, washing with flex, heating, zinc coating, and thickness verification to ensure the best results.

The steel and iron items that we hot-dip galvanize include but not limited to street lighting/CCTV camera poles, nut bolts, J bolts, anchor bolts, steel rods, angle iron, channels, grating, structure, support, I beams, H beam stands, frames, transformer housing for motor local control stations, and other steel iron items.

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Our process guarantees that the galvanized structure will last longer and require less maintenance, ultimately saving you time and money in the long run. Contact us today to learn more about our hot-dip galvanizing services and how we can help protect your structures.