Kingfield’s investment in technology, sustainability and automation has delivered a plant that is considered a benchmark for the future of Australia’s hot dip galvanizing industry. As Australia’s first sustainable hot dip galvanizing plant we were recognised as a recipient of the 2017 Premier’s Sustainability Award and the winner of Process Innovation at the 2017 Australian Construction Awards
Hot Dip Galvanizing is the leading protective coating for steel, offering predictable performance across the range of corrosion zones. Hot dip galvanizing not only outperforms the service life of paint coatings, often the upfront costs are cheaper and the total life cycle cost benefits are significant. HDG is a complete, envelope coating that protects recesses, sharp corners, hollows & inaccessible areas of steel structures, providing 3 levels of corrosion protection; barrier, cathodic and zinc patina.
Kingfield’s state-of-the-art equipment is capable of galvanizing large-scale components for major construction projects, infrastructure works and a wide range of other applications. From art installations to residential building frames, commercial building facades, multi-level carparks, shopping centres, light poles and sign structures, hot dip galvanizing offers the most effective steel coating for corrosion protection.
40 years in galvanizing!
Kingfield has hot dip galvanized steel components for Australian industries since 1983.
Our knowledge of steel and galvanizing is extensive and we are here to assist you.
Mars Stadium is Stage I of the Eureka Sports Precinct development in Ballarat. The precinct is a $38.5million joint venture project funded by the State Government and the City of Ballarat. Stage I is a $15million investment in the upgrade of Eureka Stadium. Across the stadium project, 360 tonnes of steel and 19,000 bolts where used in the construction of hot dip galvanized columns, curved rafters, handrails and cladding frames on the stadium.