Class 3 Coating Process Introduction
Class 3 galvanization is a stronger, longer-lasting zinc coating. Class 3 uses a thicker coating of 0.80 ounces per square foot. It uses Australian AS3566 standard raw materials. The difference is that the surface of Class 3 coating has been cured with one more layer. The closed protective coating can achieve better anti-rust effect without being damaged during use. Class 3 Galvanized is a stronger, longer-lasting zinc coating. Class 3 uses a thicker coating of 0.80 ounces per square foot.
The surface of CLASS is sintered with chips and chemically formed into a film layer, with three layers of superior anti-corrosion technology.
The first layer: metal galvanized layer
The second layer: high corrosion resistance and tactile resistance into a film
The third layer: ceramic materials
High corrosion resistance, salt spray resistance (salty mist test: 1000H~3000H), acid rain resistance, weather resistance.
Composite film because of the use of three-layers anti-corrosion composite film, the damaged area has good corrosion resistance.
Electrical corrosion resistance reduce the corrosion resistance caused by the connection of different metals.
Low temperature treatment the temperature of the processing is below 200 degrees, so it does not affect the physical properties of the product.
Color can be adjusted according to your needs.
Reliability of use. The surface is oily, the damage is small during use, and the salt spray will decrease slightly.