Coating steel surfaces can be a cost-effective way of protecting them from damage, but if not done properly, several issues can occur. Your coating may develop defects, such as thin patches, drips, and bumps, reducing its effectiveness and negatively affecting its appearance. So, how can you minimise the number of coating defects that you get?
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Corrosion is the constant enemy of steel fabrications, whether used for architectural or structural purposes. The action of wind, frost and moisture can gradually eat into the metal, compromising its structural integrity.
This is why the majority of industrial metalwork is treated with hot dip galvanisation before it is employed in a building.[...]
Raw steel needs to be protected from the elements to prevent corrosion. There are many ways to achieve this protection, each with benefits for specific purposes. Here at GLW Engineering we can help you to get the right coating for your custom steel work, and make sure that it lasts a long time.
One of the most common methods for treating steel is[...]