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Recoating Hot-dip Galvanized Coil
I have a heat exchanger coil from a refrigeration system system that has had most of the zinc coating from hot-dipped galvanizing stripped due to bad water treatment. The steel tubing has not be significantly corroded. Is there any reason that this coil cannot be recoated and be as good as new (or at least close)?
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