Galvanized Steel has undergone a chemical process to prevent corrosion. The Steel is coated in layers of Zinc, which keeps rust from affecting the metal. For various outdoor, marine and industrial applications, Galvanized Steel is an essential component.
The process of making steel resistant to corrosion is by alloying it with another metal, Zinc. When the steel is submerged in molten zinc, the chemical reaction permanently bonds the zinc to the steel, thus galvanizing. The Zinc isn’t exactly a sealer, like paint, because it doesn’t simply coat the steel; it becomes a permanent part of it.
Galvanized Steel can be found almost everywhere. You might be living in a steel frame house. You are surrounded by steel parts in your car that allow it to emerge from rainstorms unscathed. Many of us work in an office with metal roofing made of galvanized steel. Besides being inexpensive and effective, this metal is popular because it can be recycled and reused multiple times.