Steel springboard is a type of construction equipment in the construction industry, commonly referred to as steel scaffolding, construction steel springboard, steel pedal, galvanized steel springboard, etc. The steel springboard manufacturer stated that due to its performance characteristics, it has been widely used in fields such as shipbuilding, oil platforms, power, and construction. Next, the steel springboard manufacturer will introduce you to the characteristics of hot-dip galvanized steel springboards and their differences from cold galvanized steel springboards.
1、 Characteristics and advantages of hot-dip galvanized steel springboard
1. Features: Hot dip galvanized steel springboard is usually made of galvanized steel strip with a wall thickness of 1.2~2mm, which is curled and welded. The surface punching of hot-dip galvanized steel springboards reduces their own weight, while wooden springboards are prone to slipping and becoming heavier due to water absorption in rainy days, which can cause inconvenience for workers in handling.
The thickness of hot-dip galvanized steel springboard can be set according to customer needs, but commonly used steel springboard thicknesses include 1.2mm, 1.5mm, 1.8mm, 2.0mm, etc. Of course, thick steel springboards have strong load-bearing capacity and relatively good quality. The weight bearing capacity of a typical steel springboard is the weight of four to five adults. Of course, in the actual construction process, the steel springboard is more suitable for only four or five people standing on the springboard at the same time. The steel springboard manufacturer stated that there is no need to worry about the quality of the steel springboard during use.
Hot dip galvanized steel springboard has the characteristics of fire resistance, corrosion resistance, pressure resistance, and light weight. There are convex holes on the surface of the flanging, which have a certain anti slip effect. The spacing between holes is neat and standardized, which can easily cause sand and stones on the steel springboard to leak out of the holes and prevent sand and stones from accumulating on the steel springboard. It has a beautiful appearance. In normal construction and use, its service life can reach 6-8 years. The steel springboard manufacturer reminds that when using hot-dip galvanized steel springboard construction, the use of steel pipes for scaffolding can be appropriately reduced to improve construction efficiency.
Hot dip galvanized steel springboard has good anti-corrosion performance, which is closely related to its surface anti-corrosion treatment. The anti-corrosion treatment of steel springboards is divided into hot-dip galvanizing treatment and coating treatment. The main difference between hot-dip galvanized steel springboard and coated steel springboard is that the former is coated with a layer of zinc, while the latter is coated with a layer of paint. The service life of hot-dip galvanized steel springboards is longer than that of painted steel springboards, so generally, steel springboard manufacturers recommend hot-dip galvanized steel springboards.
2、 The difference between hot-dip galvanized steel springboard and cold galvanized steel springboard
1. From the surface, the surface of hot-dip galvanized steel springboard is darker than that of cold galvanized steel springboard. Some people think that a brighter steel springboard would be more beautiful overall, but in fact, it is not. The steel springboard manufacturer explained that as long as it is used for a period of time, the mystery will be discovered, because cold galvanizing will rust quickly, while hot galvanizing will not.
2. From a technological perspective, hot-dip galvanized steel springboard, also known as hot-dip galvanized steel springboard, involves immersing the derusted steel springboard into a molten zinc solution at around 500 degrees Celsius, allowing the zinc layer to adhere to the surface of the steel component, thereby achieving the purpose of anti-corrosion; The cold galvanizing process is used to protect metals from corrosion. Therefore, zinc filler coating is used. It is applied to the protected surface through any coating method. After drying, a zinc filler coating is formed, and the dried coating contains some zinc. Once the galvanized layer on the surface is worn off, the surface of the steel springboard will quickly corrode and rust.
That's all for the introduction of hot-dip galvanized steel springboards, hoping to help you deepen your understanding of hot-dip galvanized steel springboards.