DELTA’s Galvanizing Lines are designed and built using the latest technology available in the industry. Our Galvanizing Lines meet the most stringent requirements, whether the galvanized product is to be used for exposed automotive applications, home appliances, industrial applications or construction. The components integrated in a DELTA Galvanizing Line are designed and built by DELTA or our reputable partners to meet the specific needs and the degree of sophistication demanded by the customer.

DELTA Galvanizing Lines are equipped with an electrolytic cleaning section and/or alkaline high pressure cleaning and/or brushing systems. DELTA’s cleaning section is 100% environmentally friendly.

DELTA Galvanizing Lines can be supplied with L-type non-oxidizing annealing furnaces, horizontal non-oxidizing annealing furnaces or vertical furnaces (for automotive applications). In order to produce automotive grade galvanized (Galvaneal), DELTA works with the most experienced suppliers in the industry to supply the induction pots and induction annealing furnaces.

DELTA also designs and manufactures air knives that can be integrated with either isotope coating weight gauges or X-ray coating weight gauges.

The gauges control the coating weight by either indicative gauges or as a close loop system. Our air knives are designed to produce minimum spangle by injecting steam into the air wipe.

DELTA also designs and manufactures an in-line temper/skin-pass mill to produce surface-critical galvanized steel used in automotive and home appliance applications. Our mills in conjunction with DELTA’s six-high tension leveler produce dead flat strip with a perfect surface.

To reduce costs to the end user, components that are expensive to ship can be manufactured locally with DELTA supervising a local subcontractor.

Our experienced team has designed, manufactured, installed and commissioned Galvanizing Lines in 14 months, “ink to zinc.”

DELTA’s Galvanizing Lines are designed to process material up to 0.188” (5mm) down to 0.008” (0.2mm) and up to 72” (1830mm) in width.