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Filling up of zinc kettle with: technigalva, SHG




We are about to start up a galvanizing plant. Which nuance of zinc should I use: technigalva (Ni-Zinc), SHG, HG ... given that I will have to galvanize

37,5% frame work
25% pipes
25% pylons

achraf bouzgarrou
- Tunisia
1999



2001

Dear webmaster:

My name is S.R. Kang and I'm in Korea. I've been interested in galvanizing metal and studied it. In these days, I'm under investigation about Technigalva I intended to survey the characteristics of Technigalva and it's process, the roles of La, Ce and so on. But, I got little information of it. So I want to take the information about technigalva from your organization. I hope you will accept my request and expect a fast reply.

Thank you for reading this mail.

Sincerely,

Seong-ryong Kang
- Ulsan, Korea



Hello Mr. Kang,

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Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey




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