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1. What is Aluminized Steel Type 2?

Hot-dip coated for exceptional metallurgical bonding. Hot –dip coating, a process which gives ALUMINIZED STEEL TYPE 2 the combined advantage of steel and aluminum. The material is produced by coating sheet steel in a molten bath of commercially pure aluminum which has been heated to a temperature of 1250F. The two metals are bonded together securely.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Aluminized Steel Type 2?

2. What applications is Aluminized Steel Type 2 used for?

3. What is the difference between Aluminum and Aluminized Steel Type2?

4. Is Aluminized Steel Type 1 interchangeable with Aluminized Steel Type 2?

5. How does one correctly specify Type 2?

6. What's the lifetime of Aluminized Steel Type 2?

7. How is Aluminized Steel Type 2 compared to Stainless Steel 316L.?

8. Can Type 1 be used for hot/cold insulation cladding & weatherproofing?

9. Can applying paint on Aluminized Steel Type 1 help to prolong its lifespan?