Galvanized Plates Manufacturers, Suppliers in India

  • Offered products are used for the various fitting purpose in industrial plants and have superior finishing. These are developed using best quality fabric and sophisticated technology under the supervision of our experts. Additionally, these can be availed at industry leading prices.

  • Hot dip galvanized plate structural galvanized plate, stamped galvanized plate deep drawn hot dip galvanized plate, bake-hardened hot-dip galvanized Plate, duplex steel, TRIP steel.

  • Galvanized Plates Thicknesses Available Range from 0.13 mm – 4.0 mm

Galvanized Plates Suppliers in India – Top Jindal, Plates Manufacturers, Dealers

  • Asiamet is a leading manufacturer in India. Galvanized steel plate is coated with zinc oxide to prevent rusting, since the chemical compound takes far longer to corrode than steel. It also changes the steel’s appearance, giving it a rugged look that some people prefer. Galvanization plates make the steel stronger and harder to scratch, so it’s ideal for outdoor use.
  • Galvanizing is one of the most widely used to methods for protecting metal from corrosion. It involves applying a thin coating of zinc to a thicker base metal, helping to shield it from the surrounding environment. The next time you are in your car, take a look at the street signs and lamp posts you pass.
  • Galvanized steel plates are intended for use where greater corrosion protection is required without painting. A lower cost alternative to stainless steel, galvanized plates have a rust free protection for up to 10 years. While maintaining strength with a durable surface coating. Metals Depot stocks many sizes in precept sizes, full mill sizes or we can hot dip virtually any size and quantity required for your welding or construction project.
  • Galvanized plate can be cut, machined or welded by common methods used for regular steel, but adequate ventilation should be used to avoid inhalation of fumes when heated. Sheared edges are not galvanized and can be treated with a cold galvanizing paint to maintain protection if desired. 1/4″ to 1/2″ plates may have a 3/4″ hole present in two corners from the dipping process. All dimensions are before the galvanizing process.
Product Galvanized Plates
Thickness (mm)

0.13mm- 4.0mm

Width (mm) 600mm – 1250mm
Size(mm) 900-3500(mm) x 2500-12500(mm)
Length

Less than 12 meters

Price Terms Ex-Works, FOB, CIF, CFR, CNF
Latest Price Call +919619672006
Email sales@asiametsteel.com
Galvanized Steel Plates Manufacturers, Suppliers
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What is Galvanized Steel?

Galvanizing is one of the most widely used to methods for protecting metal from corrosion. It involves applying a thin coating of zinc to a thicker base metal helping to shield it from the surrounding environment. The next time you are in your car take a look at the street signs and lamp posts you pass. A large number of them will have a mute silver color on them. That “silver” is actually the coating of zinc Galvanization is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel or iron in order to prevent premature rust and corrosion. Proponents of galvanized steel who may use it to construct or repair steel structures for example benefit from lower maintenance and repair costs because of its special properties.

Application of Galvanized Plates

  • School
  • Industries
  • Stadiums
  • Residential complexes
  • Commercial buildings

Features of Galvanized Plates

  • Fine finish
  • Cost-effective
  • Quality approved

Advantages Galvanized Steel

  • Rust Resistance: Iron in steel is incredibly prone to rusting but zinc acts as a protective buffer between moisture, oxygen and the steel.
  • Easy Inspection: It’s fairly simple to tell how strong a galvanized coating is just by looking at it. There are also quick stress tests that can tell you how thick the zinc is.
  • Sacrificial Anode: This ensures that any damaged steel is protected by the surrounding zinc coating. It doesn’t matter if the steel section is completely exposed the zinc will still corrode first.