True film galvanizing for real cathodic protection

Higher Zinc Content

Over 96% zinc in the dry film layer and a 99.995% purity. ZINGA's special formulation means that pure zinc is present throughout the entire coating film, not just the top, unlike hot-dip galvanizing.

Zinc As a Sacrificial Anode

Zinc will oxidize before the carbon steel therefore preventing the action of rust and corrosion. This process continues until the zinc is exhausted, at which point a new coat of ZINGA can be easily applied, continuing to protect the substrate underneath. Other "galvanizing" coatings do not have cathodic action - despite high zinc content.

Easy to Use

Applied like a paint, yet offering the long-term benefits of a galvanized coating, ZINGA is a cost-effective solution for capital intensive, long-term projects. Recoats only need to happen once the zinc has sacrificed itself, which takes many years, even decades - so no need to send your workers into the sky with a paint bucket every few months. Simply wash as directed and reapply as needed - easy.

Product Types
Film Galvanizing Coating

    ZINGA® film galvanizing system provides cathodic protection to steel substrates creating a galvanic protective barrier with over 96% zinc content. Superior to traditional hot-dip galvanizing processes, ZINGA® provides a recoat-able surface, with exceptional adhesion to the substrate, and continues to prevent rust even in the event of mechanical damages or shrinking and expansion of metals. ZINGA® combines the long-lasting advantages of galvanizing and the usability of paint all in a single-step system. ZINGA Film Galvanizing Video

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  • Aquazinga

    Aquazinga is a 2-part 100% water-based anti-corrosion system based on inorganic zinc silicates. Due to its high zinc content in the dry film (92%) it provides cathodic protection to ferrous metals. It can be used as a stand alone system as an alternative to hot-dip galvanization or metallization. Aquazinga has an excellent resistance to abrasion and is designed to withstand corrosive environments and severe conditions, including high temperatures (up to 600°C).

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