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Old April 7th, 2011, 10:47 AM
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NJ Galvinizing

Any one ever use these guys in Newark?

They don't have a website and are just called: NJ Galvanizing phone is 973 242 3200

Its a hot dip process, minimum charge $250 for up to 300Lbs of material. Im just looking to do door frames, beltrails, hinges and cappings ect.. I'm sure I wont be anywhere near the minimum 300lbs mark.


Maybe someone whats to get some stuff done with me?
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Old April 7th, 2011, 10:54 AM
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Minimum charge of $250 is up to 300 lbs or minimum weight is 300 lbs?

Never heard of 'em. There's also Nicholas Galvanizing Co in Jersey City, NJ, but I don't know them either.

PM Randy "TDI Guy" and find out where he has had his stuff galvanized, or "JimC" probably had a few things galvanized somewhere a bit closer to you when he was doing his 110 project.
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Old April 7th, 2011, 10:55 AM
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Never used them. Randy (tdiguy) uses somebody around here.
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Old April 7th, 2011, 11:00 AM
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Minimum charge of $250 is up to 300 lbs or minimum weight is 300 lbs?

Never heard of 'em. There's also Nicholas Galvanizing Co in Jersey City, NJ, but I don't know them either.

PM Randy "TDI Guy" and find out where he has had his stuff galvanized, or "JimC" probably had a few things galvanized somewhere a bit closer to you when he was doing his 110 project.


Ill send him a message.


Thereis no minimum weight, but the minimum charge is $250. for $250 you can bring up to 300 Lbs, price goes up with more material.
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Old April 7th, 2011, 11:07 AM
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Tom, jinx buy me a Coke.

Matthew, it at least looks like they've been around for some time, but yeah...Randy probably has some good leads.

http://blog.nj.com/njv_mark_diionno/...s_in_dirt.html
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Old April 7th, 2011, 11:12 AM
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http://www.hotdipgalvanizing.com/locations/amboy.html
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Old April 7th, 2011, 11:23 AM
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I am sure that Daniel (INI88) might have some parts that need to be done.
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Yeah, Randy and I both used Voight & Schweitzer. They have the same minimum charge deal, of like 250. That gets you a lot of galvanizing. It was less than 500 for everything I galv'ed on my NAS 110, frame and all.
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Old April 7th, 2011, 12:56 PM
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Yeah, Randy and I both used Voight & Schweitzer. They have the same minimum charge deal, of like 250. That gets you a lot of galvanizing. It was less than 500 for everything I galv'ed on my NAS 110, frame and all.


Wow, I wish I had the time to go thats low. Seems like a great deal
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Not to hi-jack but what is the typical cost to have a 90 frame dipped?
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I did two batches, one big batch without the frame plus a bunch of Ron's parts and that was around 250. The batch with the frame had several large item, but it was mainly the frame. That also cost less than 300.
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cool thanks, What so you have to do to prepare the parts i.e. Frame
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Old April 8th, 2011, 09:27 AM
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The place I listed said that you need everything to be bare metal. Would be nice if I didint have to remove the old galvanizing on the cappings before I brought them in.
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Everything I took in was freshly sandblasted by blast master in Clifton NJ. In the future I would consider chemically stripping bulkheads, t posts and other parts with inaccessible insides.
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Everything I took in was freshly sandblasted by blast master in Clifton NJ. In the future I would consider chemically stripping bulkheads, t posts and other parts with inaccessible insides.
How was your experience with blast master? They are only a few miles from where I live, so I was thinking of getting some stuff blasted there... do they do any coatings there? [powdercoat, rattle can, etc..]
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No problems with them at all. The owner Eric can be kinda chatty, but he's a nice guy. They will spray stuff if you want, and use a great zinc-rich primer that i had them put on my fuel tank, wheels, axles, and other stuff that wasn't getting dipped.
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