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Zingametall works closely together with the university of Ghent and other accredited laboratories, both on a national and international level. Special environments or circumstances can be simulated in the laboratory and give trustworthy results and advices for situations on the field. These results are gathered in test reports and can help for specific applications. One of the first tests was the test of the galvanic protection of ZINGA®, done by the university of Ghent. You can find this and some other reports below. More reports can be obtained upon request (see contact form).
 

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ISO 9001 Management Quality Label – SGS Systems & Services Certification (Belgium)

Certificaat ISO 9001: 2008 voor kwaliteitsmanagement

Certificaat ISO 9001: 2008 voor kwaliteitsmanagement

The company Zingametall has implemented a quality management system that is based on the standard ISO 9001: 2008. Hereby we commit ourselves to strive for continuous improvement and customers’ satisfaction.

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ISO 12944 ZINGA 2 x 60µm DFT – COT (Netherlands)

ISO 12944 C5I-Medium or C4-High for ZINGA 2 x 60µm DFT

For the system: ZINGA 2 x 60μm DFT we fall in the category C5I-Medium (atmospherically) and Im2-Medium and Im3-Medium (immersion).

C5I-Medium (equals to C5M-Medium and C4-High) relates to real life situations as follows:
• C5I: industrial zones with high humidity and
aggressive environment
(continuous condensation and high pollution)
• C5M: Coastal zones and marine zones with high
salinity
(continuous condensation and high pollution)

• Medium: life expectation between 5 and 15 years

• C4: industrial or coastal (with moderate salinity)
zones
(chemical factories, swimming pools, shipyards)
• High: life expectation >15 years

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ISO 12944 C5I-Medium or C4-High for ZINGA 2 x 60µm DFT

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ISO 12944 ZINGA 2 x 90µm DFT – COT (Netherlands)

ISO 12944 C5I-High for ZINGA 2 x 90µm DFT

ISO 12944 C5I-High for ZINGA 2 x 90µm DFT

For the system: ZINGA 2 x 90μm DFT we fall in the category C5I-High (atmospherically) and Im2-Medium and Im3-Medium (immersion).
C5I-High (equals to C5M-High) relates to real life situations as follows:
• C5I: industrial zones with high humidity and
aggressive environment
(continuous condensation and high pollution)
• C5M: Coastal zones and marine zones with high
salinity
(continuous condensation and high pollution)
• High: life expectation >15 years

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British Board of Agrément (BBA) (United Kingdom)

BBA certificate nr. 03/4047

After thorough evaluation (effect on water quality, fire propagation, surface spread of flame, welding, resistance to abrasion, weathering, etc.) ZINGA received the approval from the BBA, which is the UK’s major approval body for new construction products and installers. The BBA, in collaboration with SGS Coating Services, carries out regular inspections of the manufacturing process of ZINGA. This includes all the procedures involved with the production and the control of the delivered raw materials as well as of the quality of the final product. Traceability of the delivered product is assured by means of a specimen of each production batch.

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BBA certificate nr. 03/4047

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NATO Approval ()

NATO Approval

NATO Approval

The NATO has started using ZINGA in 1986.
In 1989 Zingametall received a NATO Manufacturer’s Card. This document was issued by the NATO, General Staff, Army Bureau for Codification, situated in Brussels.

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Australian Paint Approval Scheme (APAS) (Australia)

APAS Certificate of Recognition

After a thorough research of test reports, applications in Australia and a visit to the factory in Belgium, Zingametall BVBA was acknowledged as a recognised manufacturer by the APAS.

APAS (Australian Paint Approval Scheme) is the largest and most widely recognised scheme in the world”.

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APAS Certificate of Recognition

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NORSOK-standard M-501 – COT (The Netherlands)

Test according to the NORSOK standard M-501, rev. 5, system

Test according to the NORSOK standard M-501, rev. 5, system

ZINGA has passed the 4200 hours seawater immersion test and the 4200 hours cyclic test without any formation of rust, blisters, cracks or flakes. The pull-off adhesion test on ZINGA resulted in values of more than 7MPa.

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Acceptance by Engineers India Limited (India)

Acceptance by ‘Engineers India Limited’

Based on reports, test certificates from independent European and Chinese test organisations combined with other information documents, the ‘Engineers India Limited’ sees ZINGA as an effective protective coating system in various corrosive environments.
They state that ZINGA would be a ‘better replacement’ for inorganic zinc silicates and hot dip galvanisation.

EIL (Engineers India Limited) is working under the administrative control of Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (MoP&NG), Government of India. EIL today has emerged as Asia’s leading design, engineering and turnkey contracting company providing a complete range of project services.”

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Acceptance by 'Engineers India Limited'

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Ballast Tank Test – Det Norske Veritas (DNV) (Norway)

Ballast tank test

Ballast tank test

ZINGA® was applied on blast-cleaned test panels that were placed in a ballast tank filled with sea water with wave movement and cyclic heating. Other test panels were placed in a condensation chamber. No corrosion of the steel substrate could be demonstrated. Based on the results of the testing, ZINGA meets the requirements of a B3 classification. In the report is stated that ZINGA has a beneficial corrosion protective performance.

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Fire Propagation – SGS Yarsley Technical Services (United Kingdom)

Test on the fire propagation on ZINGA

The results of the test according to the BS 476: part 6 show that ZINGA has a class 0 surface. ZINGA did not ignite during exposure to heating.

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Test on the fire propagation on ZINGA

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BNF Fulmer Research Centre (United Kingdom)

Electrochemical tests on ZINGA in comparison to hot-dip

Electrochemical tests on ZINGA in comparison to hot-dip

The open circuit voltage and galvanic current between the galvanising layers and the bare steel were measured. The potential of the coupled electrodes on both specimens always remained below -800 mV, which is well within the potentials required for the galvanic protection of steel. The conclusion of the report is that ZINGA offers galvanic protection to steel comparable to that offered by hot-dip galvanisation. In other words : a layer of ZINGA is a completely metallic layer exactly like a hot-dip galvanising layer, and will behave as such in all aspects. Moreover, this test demonstrated that the corrosion rate of ZINGA is 1/3 of the corrosion rate of hot-dip galvanising under similar conditions.

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Direction Départementale de l’Equipement – Service Maritime de la Vendée (France)

Field test on the efficiency of ZINGA in comparison with hot-dip on sea buoys

Two buoys (one treated with ZINGA, the other one hot-dip galvanised) have been floating in the Atlantic Ocean for four years. After those four years, the buoy treated with ZINGA showed no trace of rust while the hot-dip galvanised buoy was severely corroded in several places.

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Field test on the efficiency of ZINGA in comparison with hot-dip on sea buoys

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Rebar Corrosion Protection – Jadavpur University (India)

Different tests on the efficiency of ZINGA in comparison with other coatings on rebars

Different tests on the efficiency of ZINGA in comparison with other coatings on rebars

A comparison was made between uncoated steel (Mild steel and Stainless steel) rebars, fusion bonded epoxy coated rebars (FBEC), hot-dip galvanised rebars (HDG) and zinganised rebars (ZINGA). The salt spray test pointed out that the zinganised rebars have a corrosion resistance that is about 2 times higher than that of hot-dip galvanised rebars. ZINGA is also least susceptible for stress corrosion cracking.

in NACE solution: ZINGA
⇒ HDG ⇒ FBEC ⇒ Stainless steel ⇒ Mild steel

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Rebar Corrosion Protection – National Metallurgical Laboratory (India)

Different tests on the efficiency of ZINGA in comparison with other coatings on rebars

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Different tests on the efficiency of ZINGA in comparison with other coatings on rebars

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Rebar Corrosion Protection – Steel Authority of India (India)

Measurement of corrosion rate by salt spray and immersion tests

Measurement of corrosion rate by salt spray and immersion tests

A comparison was made between uncoated steel rebars, fusion bonded epoxy coated rebars (FBEC), hot-dip galvanised rebars (HDG) and zinganised rebars (ZINGA). The corrosion rate per year was measured after immersion and salt spray. This test demonstrated several advantages of ZINGA: the greater degree of galvanic protection, the lower sacrificial zinc consumption due to the dispersion of zinc dust in the binder and the additional barrier protection created by the binder.⇒ ZINGA ⇒ FBEC ⇒ HDG ⇒ Uncoated

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