Cleburne, TX United States | 2009
Constantly exposed to the outdoor elements, the Pilotac Substation in Mountain Iron utilized hot-dip galvanized steel to help protect the structure from the corrosive effects of sun, rain, and snow. Because of galvanizings superior cathodic and barrier protection it has long been the material of choice for electric substations. The total immersion in molten zinc ensures this energy structure is protected from the inside out.
Steel can be hot-dip galvanized regardless of temperature or humidity, as it is a factory controlled process...
The specifier, who had successfully galvanized more than two million pounds of steel in the past for previous substations, stressed turnaround time was key to keeping on schedule. Steel can be hot-dip galvanized regardless of temperature or humidity, as it is a factory controlled process independent of weather conditions. Short turnaround times as well as the durability and longevity of galvanizing made it a perfect choice to suit the owners needs.
Electrical, Utility & Communication
Mountain Iron, MN United States
All structural items
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