galvanized iron duct

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Galvanized Iron Duct

HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems frequently use galvanised iron ducts, also referred to as galvanised steel ducts. The sheet metal used to make these ducts has been covered in a layer of zinc to prevent corrosion.

galvanized iron duct

Material: Steel sheets coated in a layer of zinc through a process known as galvanization are used to make galvanised iron ducts. Because of this coating, which helps to prevent rust and corrosion, the ducts can be used in a variety of settings, including humid and outdoor ones.

Strength and Durability: The strength and durability of galvanised steel ducts are well-known. They can be used in both home and commercial HVAC systems since they are resistant to deformation and collapse at high pressure, temperatures, and mechanical stress.

Gauge is commonly used to measure the thickness of galvanised iron ducts, which are available in multiple variations. Depending on the needs and particular application, common thicknesses vary from 26 gauge (0.0187 inches) to 16 gauge (0.0598 inches) or thicker.

Connection Types: Slip-fit connectors or flanged ends are common on galvanised iron ducts, making it simple to assemble and connect the duct to elbows, reducers, and vents, among other components.

Sizes and Shapes: To meet various airflow needs and spatial restrictions, galvanised iron ducts come in a range of sizes and shapes. They can have diameters or dimensions ranging from a few inches to several feet, and they can have an oval, circular, or rectangular shape.