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The main purpose of hot dip galvanizing

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Hot dip galvanizing:Is an effective way of metal corrosion.Mainly used for various industries of metal structure on facilities. Is will rust removal steel parts into 500 ℃ or so melting zinc liquid, make steel component surface adhesion zinc layer, thus plays the purpose of corrosion.Hot dip galvanizing process:acid washing - water washing -plus help solution - drying - hanging plating - cooling - medicine change - cleaning - grinding - finish.All the ground screw of Leah ground screw the galvanized thickness can reach 85 um-150um. www.ground-screw.com info@ground-screw.com

Thank you! (post #206940, reply #1 of 5)

This is the best example of an attempt at spamming a board that I have come across.

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Nah, it hardly makes the top (post #206940, reply #2 of 5)

Nah, it hardly makes the top ten.


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Top this........ (post #206940, reply #3 of 5)

" Hot dip galvanizing:Is an effective way of metal corrosion"

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Yeah, you've got a point.  (post #206940, reply #4 of 5)

Yeah, you've got a point.  But I usually quit reading about 3 words into a Chinlish post.


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(And that is some of the (post #206940, reply #5 of 5)

(And that is some of the worst (best?) Chinlish we've seen here in a while.)


Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity over humanity, nothing exceeds most of the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well-warmed, and well-fed.  --Herman Melville