Galvanised (GI) Pipes
Diameter – ½ Inch (15 mm) to 20 Inches (500 mm)
Wall Thickness – 0.80 mm to 12.00 mm
Galvanized steel is a special type of steel that is zinc plated. Galvanization is primarily carried out on the surface of a steel to make it more resistance to corrosion. All galvanized steel has a distinguishing metallic-gray appearance. The surface is also a hundred times smoother than uncoated steel. Because of its high durability, galvanized steel has a wide range of applications from creating steel frames for construction to making automobile parts. For example, truck and bus bodies are made of galvanized steel. It is also used to build up high-tension electronic towers, highway signs, protective gears, and in the manufacturing of metal pails.