Galvanization is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel or iron in order to prevent rusting. A metal element is submerged in an electroplating bath where electric charges induce a chemical reaction. Consequently, electrons are wrestled away by some of the atoms of one electrode (made of gold, chrome, copper, etc.), and pass onto the other electrode (the submerged object). The result is a very resistant and uniform layer. Our suppliers can provide help through their R&D departments. Our skilled staff offer development studies on new products and environmentally-friendly finishings, free of prohibited or restricted metals and organic materials.