Development of a Gradation System for Measuring Surface Shine of Galvanized Iron Wires

Development of a Gradation System for Measuring Surface Shine of Galvanized Iron Wires Deadline: 2020-05-22
Award: 3,00,000 INR
Open to: Everyone*

Galvanization is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel, to prevent rusting. The most common method of galvanization is hot-dip galvanizing, in which the wires are submerged in a bath of molten hot zinc. We have a continuous hot-dip galvanization setup for producing galvanized (GI) wires, which imparts a shiny appearance to them. Higher shine is an indicator of better corrosion life and results in enhanced customer appeal.

We are looking for a solution to develop a reliable gradation system of the GI wires based on its shine. Based on the shine, appropriate decisions can be made with regards to high, medium or low-quality wires. Such a device will also help in improving and maintaining the shine of GI wires and improving the customer appeal.

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