Procedure to Galvanize Iron

Galvanizing is the coating of either steel or iron with zinc to protect these highly reactive metals from corrosion. Apart from the protection purpose, the zinc has another function in that it gives the iron an appealing look. Galvanization is done in two major ways -- the hot dip galvanizing method and electrogalvanizing. Electrogalvanizing involves coating the iron using electrolysis. The hot dip method involves dipping the iron in a bath of molten zinc.

Caustic Cleaning
Pickling
Dry Galvanizing
Galvanizing
Curing