Bass River Crossing
Stafford Township, NJ United States | 2011
The constructors of the Idaho Power poles had two things in mind when considering corrosion protection for their most recent project: durability and cost. Hot-dip galvanizing was chosen for its proven ability to withstand corrosion in even the most damaging environments. With constant exposure to the elements, this structure will benefit from the superior barrier protection of the zinc coating. Also addressing specifier concerns, the low life cycle cost (LCC) of HDG steel far exceeds all other corrosion protection options. Because HDG steel requires little to no maintenance for over 70 years, no expenses will occur on costly upkeep. The transmission poles and the arms were galvanized on this project, ensuring the poles remain standing for decades of stability.
Electrical, Utility & Communication
Idaho, ID United States
transmission poles and arms
Valmont Coatings - Oklahoma Galvanizing
San Diego, CA United States | 2012
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