BILMAT ENGINEERING believes in constantly upgrading the technology at unit to meet the changing expectation of its customers. We do not believe in cutting corners and compromising on quality. In order to maintain our leadership in our field we maintain a highly skilled level of man power along with the latest in manufacturing infrastructure to ensure our products are of the highest quality.

In order to have quality fabrication, Our Machinery i.e. Power Press, Hydraulic presses, Machine tools, Jigs and Fixtures ensure that bent items are handled without distortion. Our strategically positioned cranes (on ground and overhead), simplify handling of materials without any strain to our employees. All our machines and tools are equipped to process steel conforming to various specifications like IS, BSEN, ASTM, JIS & DIN.
6.500m X 1.250m X 0.800m Galvanizing bath available for galvanizing of Structure Material. Our state of the art Oil - Fired Hot - Dip Galvanizing Plant, complete with heat pumping unit, flame proof - type flow heater, self proportioning burner, centrifugal blowers and Heat resisting cover with pickling, rinsing, pre-fluxing and quenching (running water) tank and Zinc Kettle, ensures that the finished product confirms to international standards and is strictly as per IS 2629, IS 4759 and to the customers requirement. The pretreatment of steel is effectively handled with chemicals to minimize effluents. The control treatment includes degreasing, pickling and fluxing for an ideal reaction between Steel and zinc. The preheating chambers ensure uniform drying and preheating of steel to give an excellent surface finish and uniform coating of zinc. The temperature of galvanizing furnace is accurately controlled by digital temperature meter.
Hot-Dip Galvanization
Soil and grease removal - A hot alkaline solution removes dirt, oil, grease, shop oil, and soluble markings. Pickling - Diluted solution of sulfuric acid remove surface rust and mill scale to provide a chemically clean metallic surface.
Fluxing - Steel is immersed in liquid flux (a zinc ammonium chloride solution) to remove oxides and to prevent oxidation prior to dipping into the molten zinc bath..
Galvanizing - The article is immersed in a bath of molten zinc at between 815-850 F (435-455 C). During galvanizing, the zinc metallurgically bonds to the steel, creating a series of highly abrasion-resistant zinc-iron alloy layers, commonly topped by a layer of impact-resistant pure zinc.

Finishing - After the steel is withdrawn from the galvanizing bath, excess zinc is removed by draining. The galvanized item is then air-cooled.

Inspection - Coating-thickness and surface-condition inspections complete the process. The galvanizing process has existed for more than 250 years and has been a mainstay of North American industry since the 1890s. Galvanizing is used throughout various markets to provide steel with unmatched protection from the ravages of corrosion. A wide range of steel products from nails to highway guardrail to the Brooklyn Bridges suspension wires to NASAs launch pad sound suppression system benefit from galvanizing's superior corrosion prevention properties.
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