Galvanized chain is a commonly used type of chain, which is used in industrial production, equipment lifting, mechanical maintenance, and other occasions. The chain has a large load-bearing capacity, is wear-resistant, not easy to break, and is durable.
Galvanized chains have undergone surface treatment with hot-dip galvanizing, which makes the surface of the chain brighter, making it more aesthetically pleasing. The galvanized film on the surface of the chain can also provide a certain degree of isolation, reducing the possibility of rusting and prolonging its service life.
If a regular chain is left in an outdoor environment for a long time, rust will appear on the surface of the chain after a period of time. If rust appears, the chain needs to be replaced in a timely manner, otherwise it poses a threat to lifting safety. However, galvanized chains are less likely to rust during use due to an extra layer of zinc film on their surface, which increases their service life and makes them relatively inexpensive.