Hot dip galvanizing is often specified in highly corrosive or repeated wash down applications. Common applications would be food processing facilities and chemical processing facilities. Preparing for the hot dip galvanizing process the equipment is built, tested then dismantled and sent to the galvanizer in sub-assemblies. The sub-assemblies are first dipped into an acid solution for cleaning, once cleaned dipped into a hot (approximately 850 degree) molten zinc galvanizing solution. The extreme heat of the galvanizing solution and the immersion process ensures that the complete sub assembly ... Read More

Lean processes need a lot of planning in order to work correctly. Without the proper attention, wasted resources can quickly drive a business into the red. Here are the biggest culprits and how to avoid them:

Business Drops

1. Overproduction of Materials or Finished Products