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Unread 03-24-2009, 06:15 PM   #16
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Ok well I figured as much by reading through post over that last two years but figured I would ask anyway. I will find out tomorrow if it's actually galv or not and at the worst I now own the running gear to build on.


It looks like this one..

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...ategory=147793
Not sure what a water bowser is bro...but if it's used to hold fresh or potable water my guess is that it is not galvanized...

I'd do a check with the manufacturer (if not a home build) to see.
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How to tell if it is or is not galvanized?
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We are in the minority here Jestridge.
It is food safe for ovens and for other uses in the commercial kitchen.

Check this out... http://www.oldsmokey.com/0210OS.html
That isn't plain old steel under silver paint.
My bad. It is aluminized steel. :)

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be careful when you weld or cut it get galv posion have flu like systoms. But it is approvr by FDA ffor food lot o big industrial bakery oven have galv tray. It will never get hot enough while bbq cooking to give off fume that a fact.
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How to tell if it is or is not galvanized?
Muratic acid will strip the galvanized coating. A welder showed me after I gott ill. I made racks for my offroad equipment out of emt conduit. I would cut and cope end and dip it in poolacis and it boils like hell. When it stopped I'd rinse it off with water. down to bare metal. Rusted almost immedietly.
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Interesting reading

http://www.finishing.com/85/35.shtml

http://www.sperkoengineering.com/htm...Galvanized.pdf

http://www.finishing.com/217/03.shtml

Thing is things that are galvanized are usually dip galvanized as it is a plating and not a paint type coating. They do sell a spray type galvanize that is used as a repair but not typically used in industrial applications. Usually something that is galvanized is not painted as it takes quite a bit of prep to get paint to stick to the coating..
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It has been confirmed it is NOT galvanized.
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Thumbs up Thanks Norco!

That was very good information.
It took a while but I got through it.

According to these guys anything below 500* does not
present a hazard. Correcto?

Oh, and I also liked your mention of Muradic Acid.
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http://www.finishing.com/85/35.shtml

http://www.sperkoengineering.com/htm...Galvanized.pdf

http://www.finishing.com/217/03.shtml

Thing is things that are galvanized are usually dip galvanized as it is a plating and not a paint type coating. They do sell a spray type galvanize that is used as a repair but not typically used in industrial applications. Usually something that is galvanized is not painted as it takes quite a bit of prep to get paint to stick to the coating..
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Ruse O beautiful rust..

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So I am assuming it is at the curb outside of your flat right?
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