1978 Custom Toyota Landcruiser FJ40
Tulsa, OK United States | 2011
For the harsh, acidic environment of underground coal-mining operations, there was only one logical corrosion protection system for the personnel carriers and transport vehicles--hot-dip galvanizing.
The durability of the zinc coating on the vehicles has saved the mining industry thousands of dollars
The vehicles are progressively dipped in the assembled condition, with the exception of the hood, fenders, bed and rails, to provide a durable coating able to withstand the abrasion and rough treatment in the mines, as well as regular wash-down to remove the dust buildup.
Because of regular Terra Pro personnel contact against and inside the vehicle, special care was taken to ensure each 6 ton vehicle was free of any rough corners or edges that may have resulted from the hot-dip galvanizing process. The durability of the zinc coating on the vehicles has saved the mining industry thousands of dollars and continues to attract end-users in a variety of other underground applications.
Original Equipment Manufacturing
Price, UT United States
Chassis frames, bumpers, cab, seats, engine compartment, hood fenders, door brackets, cargo brackets, bed and rails.
Jordan River Galvanizing
Thank you! Your vote has been accepted.