Zinc hot dip galvanizing
Powder electrostatic painting
Protects the steel from corrosion.
The largest galvanization plant in the center of Israel, with an adjacent electrostatic painting system for 12 m long products.
Iskoor Galvanizing Services Ltd. provides quality galvanizing services with dipping of products of a length of 13 m, thermal diffusion galvanizing of parts and powder painting services at competitive prices, with quality and availability according to the customer's requirements
Many resources were invested in design and building of the plant, allowing recycling of materials and use of environmentally friendly raw materials.
Equipment is used at the plant that allows meeting of environmental gas and smoke exhaust standards.
Our range of services includes:
One-stop galvanization, powder electrostatic painting, thermal diffusion galvanization for small parts and so forth.
We offer our customers rapid service and personal attention.
The galvanization plant has ISO 9001.
The galvanization is performed in accordance with Israeli Standard 918.
Details of our Services:
Net measurements - width: 1.3 m, length: 13 m, depth: 2.40 m.
Galvanization can also be performed with double hot dip up to a length of 17 m.
Maximum lifting capacity - 6 tons.
• Powder electrostatic painting - next to the galvanization plant:
Net measurements for painting products - length: 12 m, width: 0.8 m, height: 2 m.
• Thermal diffusion galvanization
For small products (screws, washers, plates etc.).
• Assembly and containerization services
After galvanization/painting, sorting and packing.
• Assistance and training
Advice and technical support from our professional team.
About the galvanization in general:
Hot dip galvanization is the most efficient, rapid and economic process for protecting steels from corrosion.
In the galvanization process the product is dipped in molten zinc after prior preparation and cleaning of the material. Zinc is very highly resistant to corrosion and provides long-term protection.
The galvanization process:
1. Acceptance inspection.
2. Tying to the carriers.
3. Grease and paint removal.
4. Rust removal.
5. Rinsing with water.
7. Drying oven.
8. Cooling in running water and phosphatization for protection against corrosion.
9. Unloading, packing and finishing.
10. Final inspection.
The galvanization layer is resistant to erosion and corrosion because of chemical binding to the basic steel.
Correct economic thinking, with a view to the future, leads architects, engineers and metal work contractors to choose zinc dip as the preferred coating method for protection against corrosion.
Painting the product after galvanization gives it additional protection together with a good appearance, beauty and uniqueness.
Advantages of the galvanization:
• The galvanization becomes part of the surface of the coated product. The toughness of the galvanization prevents damage in transport, working and maintenance.
• The initial cost is relatively lower than other coatings.
• The galvanization process creates the best protection against erosion in relation to other coating methods.
• The galvanization process coats inside parts of bodies (because of the fact that the product is dipped in molten zinc), in particular hollow bodies, and this does not exist in other types of coating.
• The galvanization process provides cathodic protection of the steel - if small defects are formed in the zinc coating, there is a process of "sacrifice" of the zinc which prevents corrosion of the basic steel. This process will continue for as long as the zinc coating exists in the damaged area.
• Gives additional protection beyond the galvanization.
• Gives an aesthetic and unique product.
• Electrostatic painting is an inexpensive, efficient and environmental friendly solution.