The industrial galvanizing operation can be performed in two different ways:
- Through hot galvanization, the article to be treated is completely immersed in a galvanic bath (molten metal) and covered with a protective film.
- Through cold galvanization, the article to be treated is immersed in an electrolytic solution that serves to adhere the protection to the article itself through a process called electrolysis, by which the ions of the protective material migrate to the metal to be treated uniformly and accurate.
Each craft and small metal to be treated is carefully cleaned mechanically and subjected to decapping to be subsequently machined and to ensure the best quality and possible result.
Galvanizing is referred to as the protective film used: the most common galvanizations are silver (silver based), cadmium (cadmium-based), cobalt (cobalt-cobalt), gilding (Based on gold), nickel plating (brass), brass (brass) brass, plumbing (lead-based), copper (copper-based), zinc plating (based on nickel) Of zinc).