What If The Golden Gate Bridge Had Been Hot-Dip Galvanized?

www.designandbuildwithmetal.com – By Philip G. Rahrig, Executive Director, American Galvanizers Association – An iconic landmark known worldwide since its opening in 1937 is the 4,200 foot-long main span Golden Gate Bridge, connecting Fort Point in San Francisco to Marin County. Its name actually comes from the body of treacherous water over which it crosses, originally named …

Behind the Welding Mask

Welders seem to not get as much credit as they deserve so in honor of that occupation in the industry check out this quick video. As the title refers it is certainly behind the welding mask. Enjoy.