Hot-dip galvanized steel plate, also known as hot-dip galvanized steel plate, is a grid-like building material made of low carbon steel flat bars and twisted square steel welded horizontally and vertically*. Hot-dip galvanized steel plate has strong impact resistance, strong corrosion resistance and heavy load capacity, elegant and beautiful, and has superior performance in municipal road base and steel platform construction projects. High cost performance is the hot-dip galvanized steel plate is widely used in the construction projects of paving gutter roads of old and new roadbeds.

The surface of hot-dip galvanized steel plate is treated with special hot-dip galvanizing treatment, and its chemical and physical properties are stable and not easily oxidized by air and microbial corrosion. It can significantly enhance the gutter loading force. Prevents collapse. The hot-dip galvanized steel plate with 3 cm flat steel spacing has a greater impact resistance and features a large span amplitude. The longer the service life, generally in the range of 40 – 50 years. Hot-dip galvanized steel plate is an excellent steel frame structure and load-bearing platform if there is no perceived damage involved.

Hot-dip galvanized steel plate is made of load flat bars and cross bars arranged warp and weft at a certain spacing, welded* on a high pressure resistance welding machine to make the original plate, and then further processed by cutting, notching, opening, wrapping and other processes to make the finished products as required by customers.

Types of hot-dip galvanized steel plate.

Hot-dip galvanized steel plate is divided into pressure welded hot-dip galvanized steel plate and pressure locked hot-dip galvanized steel plate according to the manufacturing process; the surface shape of hot-dip galvanized steel plate is divided into tooth-shaped hot-dip galvanized steel plate, flat hot-dip galvanized steel plate, I-type hot-dip galvanized steel plate and composite hot-dip galvanized steel plate.



Post time: Sep-23-2021