Hot-Dipped Galvanized

Hot-dip galvanizing (HDG), is the process of dipping fabricated steel into a kettle or vat containing molten zinc.  The process provides a distinct advantage over other corrosion protection methods. While the steel is in the kettle, the iron in the steel metallurgically reacts with the molten zinc to form a tightly-bonded alloy coating that provides superior corrosion protection to steel.  This finish is highly desired on steel that will be exposed to the elements.

Our proximity to local galvanizers helps to keep freight cost down and improve turn around times.

Structural Primer and finish paint

After the material has been fabricated, it can be cleaned per spec and sprayed with primer. Most projects are delivered this way. However, Royal Iron, Inc. is capable of spraying a variety of different top coats if required.

We are capable of spraying enamels, urethanes, epoxies, etc.… for the desired finish product according to spec. 

Powder Coated

Another surface option is powered coating which is a baked enamel finish, which is more durable and cost effective in specific applications.