Civil Engineering - Building Materials - Discussion


Galvanising means covering iron with a thin coat of

[A]. tin
[B]. zinc
[C]. glaze
[D]. coal tar.

Answer: Option B


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Jite said: (Jun 7, 2015)  
Zinc is bed of iron coating.

Abhishek said: (Mar 10, 2016)  
Galvanising is the process of applying a coating of zinc to steel, in order to protect it against corrosion. The most common method used for the majority of sizes of steel members or fabrications is hot dip galvanising which involves the entire immersion of the steel product into a bath of molten zinc.

Kavin Suriya said: (Jan 17, 2019)  
Covering with zinc. It is correct.

Shaz said: (May 31, 2019)  
Galvanizing is the process of the of covering steel with the zink to protect is from corrasion, true but steel is already resistive to corrasion then what is the need of galvanizing.

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