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As mentioned by Hubbell, "Corrosion poses a daily threat to steel parts, such as utility line hardware. Discover how corrosion prevention hardens lines and cuts maintenance costs.


The most common method in fighting against corrosion in the utility industry today is hot-dip galvanizing (HDG). This process applies a sacrificial zinc coating to the surface of steel parts to extend their functional life. HDG has been the most cost-efficient and effective means for protecting steel against corrosion. It can often provide a service life exceeding 30 years.

However, in certain areas like coastal or industrial zones, HDG is not sufficient and service life can be reduced to 5 years or less. In these instances, utilities must turn to additional processes or alternative materials to protect critical components on their lines."


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