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topic 59495

Galvanizing: Maximum reduction in Reverse Process



December 21, 2013

Q. Hello every body
I would like to ask you are there any references to show maximum reduction in Reverse Process?
When we send our coil for annealing process, coil would be torn. We suppose this happened due to high reduction in Reverse Processing (more than 90 per cent).
It would be really appreciated if you tell me about your experiences about maximum reduction in Reverse Process.

This is one of the most common problems in industrial galvanizing.

Ehsan Parshizfard
- Tehran, Iran

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