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About Us – Nordic Galvanizers is the association for galvanizing companies in Nordic countries. We give information and advice about the hot dip galvanizing process, corrosion protection and related environmental issues. Our members are located around  the Nordic countries, ready to help you with high technical knowledge, short delivery times as well as extensive environmental responsibility. You find them under “Galvanizing plants”. Under the other  links above you find information about zinc and galvanizing, most of it available both in all Nordic languages and in English. Feel free to contact us for further information.

 

About Galvanizing - Hot Dip Galvanizing is a method of giving long term corrosion protection to steel by means of coating it with molten zinc. It has been around for more than 150 years and has been tried and tested in almost every situation.

 

Why Galvanize? - The benefits are compelling and wide ranging. It is a tough coating which lasts for many years, is environmentally sustainable and maintenance free.

 

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Approved Galvanizer is a certification for galvanizing companies that galvanize structural steelwork that will be CE-marked by the steelwork contractor / fabricator

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Global Galvanizing Awards 2018: Winner of ‘Judges’ Architectural Award’: The Silo, Copenhagen

The Silo’ (Copenhagen) by COBE Architects has been successful as the winner of the Judges’ Architectural Award in the Global Galvanizing Awards 2018. The Award has been made after careful consideration of 36 international projects submitted through 13 worldwide galvanizing industry associations.

 

The Silo is part of the transformation of Copenhagen’s North Harbour – a vast postindustrial development, currently being transformed into a new city district. Designed by Danish architects COBE with clients Klaus Kastbjerg and NRE Denmark, a 17-storey former grain silo and the largest industrial building in the area has been transformed into “The Silo”, housing residential apartments and public functions. To bring The Silo’s industrial concrete facade up to current standards, the exterior was reclad, while the interior has been preserved as raw and untouched as possible. An angular faceted exterior facade made of galvanized steel has been installed to serve as a climate shield. This has allowed the building’s characteristic slender tall shape to be maintained.

Dan Stubbergaard, Founder and Creative Director of COBE, says: “We wanted to retain the spirit of The Silo as much as possible – both in terms of its monolithic exterior and majestic concrete interior, by simply draping it with a new overcoat. The aim was to transform it from the inside out in such a way that its new inhabitants and the surrounding urban life would highlight the structure’s identity and heritage. Hence, the use of galvanized steel for the facade, which patinates in a raw way and retains the original harbour character and material feel, lending a roughness and raw beauty to the area, as in its industrial past.”

 

      

       Photo credit: Rasmus Hjortshøj – COAST

 

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