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Galvanising

No rust zinc-coated steel material, we apply to galvanize to the gates before powder coating to ensure a gate that lasts a lifetime! Hot-dip galvanizing is the process of immersing steel in a bath of molten zinc at 450F to produce a corrosion-resistant, multi-layered coating. This prevents your gates from rusting and prolongs their life span.
While galvanizing the gate is not a necessity, Steel needs to be protected in order to retain its properties. The best way is to hot-dip galvanize which provides a protective base coat that can last more than 50 years so we do strongly recommend that you have your gates galvanized. If steel is left untreated over time the steel will erode and cause your gates to rot and look unpleasant.
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Powdercoating

Pick any RAL Colour that suits your premises! Powdercoating over the galvanized steel material results in a thick, dense finish on metal products which is much more durable and longer-lasting than conventional painting. Resulting in an even, professional & maintenance free paint job for your gates.
Powder coating is a safe, dry finishing process that uses finely ground particles of pigment and resin to create a protective finish. We choose to powder coat our steel frames because it is low in toxicity and has low flammability. To create magnetic attraction, the finely ground particles of pigment and resin are charged with static electricity and then sprayed onto steel that is electrically grounded. The powder coating is then evenly melted and cooled into a thin, durable film.