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The terms galvanized and galvalume get interchanged if you're not familiar with these finishes. Nowadays, nearly all of the metal roofing that is supplied has a galvalume substrate. That's because Galvalume metalis a longer lasting coating. Galvanized and galvalume roof panels are more affordable when compared to painted metal roofing. Buy manufacturer direct and save.
The galvanized coating process, where carbon steel is dipped in molten zinc, has been around for hundreds of years and results in a long lasting material. Galvanized metal is a steel that is coated with rust-inhibiting zinc that protects the steel core from corrosion. The thicker the layer of zinc, the longer you have before it corrodes away and exposes the steel substrate.
Galvanized roofing is offered in three common levels of protection: G40, G60, and G90. Most metal roofing panels that have a galvanized finish are a G90 galvanized coating. The higher the number, the thicker the zinc coating. Therefore, G90 is a thicker metal panel and offers more protection to the metal panel than G40 and G60.
Galvanized coatings are shinier than Galvalume and are more commonly used in commercial and industrial steel roofing applications. Galvanized metal has a better resistance to damage from animal urine which makes them better suited for buildings used for animal confinement.
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