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Example of a Bare Spot

Bare spots, uncoated areas on the steel surface, can occur because of inadequate surface preparation. Bare spots may be caused by welding slag, sand embedded in castings, excess aluminum in the galvanizing kettle, or lifting devices that prevent coating formation in a small area. To avoid bare spots, (left) the galvanizer must ensure surfaces are clean and rust-free after pretreatment. Small bare spots can be repaired, but if the size of the bare spot or total number of spots causes rejection, the parts may be stripped, regalvanized, and then re-inspected for compliance to the specifications.


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