● Coated – H3
Coated High Strength Structural Steel is a type of steel coated with a zinc layer. This coating helps to protect the steel from corrosion, and it also gives the steel extra strength.
It is often used in the construction of bridges and buildings. It is also used in the manufacturing of cars and trucks. This structural steel is an important part of our modern world and is here to stay. ● Uncoated
Uncoated High Strength Structural Steel is a type of steel that does not have a coating. It is used in the construction of pipelines, and it is also used in the manufacturing of cars and trucks. They are most suitable for use in applications where there is no need for a coating. ● Electro galvanized (EG)
Electro galvanized steel is a type of carbon steel that has been treated with an electrochemical process to create a protective coating of zinc on its surface. EG steel is often used in construction for framing, decking, and other structural applications.
It is also commonly used in the automotive and appliance industries. The zinc coating on EG steel provides extra protection against rust and corrosion, making it an ideal choice for products exposed to harsh weather or other corrosive conditions. ● Hot Dip Galvanized
It differs by the process of coating it. The fabricated steel is dipped into a molten pool of zinc, which is believed to be one of the most effective ways to protect it from rusting when used in embedded soil, concrete, or submerged in water. ● Hot Dip Galvannealed
For applications involving extreme environments, hot-dipped galvannealed steel is a tough, corrosion-resistant alternative.
It is made by placing galvanized sheet steel into an induction annealing furnace,
which causes the iron and zinc layers to disintegrate into one another and form zinc-iron alloys on the surface.