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galvanize

verb animate, arouse, astonish, astound, confound, dumbfound, electrify, enkindle, excite, fluster, impress, infuse new life into, inspire, inspirit, petrify, put about, quicken, shock, spur on, stagger, startle, stimulate, stir, strike dumb, stun, stupefy, thrill, turn one's head, wake
See also: foment, impress
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We look forward to being part of the Valmont team," added John Gregor, President, American Galvanizing Company.
In all four case studies, the life-cycle cost of utilizing hot-dip galvanizing is more efficient; in some conditions, galvanizing is more economical on an initial cost basis.
The probability of formation of various iron-zinc layers depends primarily on the process temperature, the composition of the metal subjected to galvanizing, as well as other factors [3].
This report first provides an overview of the galvanizing industry including definitions (product picture and specification), classifications, applications, industry chain structure and competitive landscape.
He said the design of the statue and the complex shapes involved made galvanizing the steelwork for the 'Crouching Man' a unique project for Scottish Galvanizers, with every piece of the structure different.
An integrated rainwater collection and storage system, for example, enables rainwater to be recycled into the galvanizing process, eliminates run-off from the 2.
In January, the antimonopoly watchdog raided the three firms' head offices as well as JFE Galvanizing & Coating on suspicion of conspiring to fix prices of steel sheets used in building materials.
The plant's current continuous galvanizing line can turn out 500,000 short tons of sheet.
Chief executive Stephen Rankin said: "I was the managing director of Metnor Galvanizing myself for about 20 years and it was very much part of the original Metnor family and the heavy engineering businesses we used to be in historically.
Over 200 years later, the inherently simple hot-dip galvanizing process has changed little and is one of the most widely used forms of protecting steel from corrosion.
Lloyds TSB has provided pounds 10m in funding for Wedge Group Galvanizing over the last 10 years, helping it to establish a significant market share in the UK.
Halpin says the proposed galvanizing line would benefit Algoma Steel.