The most cost-efficient protection!
Hot-dip galvanised steel in corrosive environments on land and at sea
Buildings and structures positioned close to the sea or in other corrosive settings demand special protection against rust. Steel is far and away the most commonly used material today. Its only major drawback is that it corrodes far too rapidly in a lot of environments. Corrosion typically has a negative impact on how metals function, on their immediate surroundings or on the technical systems in which they are used. Rust protection of steel structures is therefore of major financial significance.
Hot-dip galvanising steel provides the best possible protection against rust, and means minimal exterior maintenance. There are more than a few examples of components and structures that were hot-dip galvanised more than 100–150 years ago, and which are still protected against rust and fully functional today.