Hot-Dip Galvanizing is a procedure of galvanization. It is the procedure of coating iron as well as steel with zinc. When unprotected to the atmosphere, these fairly strong materials render protect to the steel underneath from further erosion in numerous circumstances. This process is widely applicable in applications where rust resistance is required without the price of stainless steel, and is considered superior in terms of cost as well as life-cycle. Hot-Dip Galvanizing can be identified by the crystallization modeling on the surface. It is often applicative in automotive manufacturing to boost the corrosion performance.