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Also contact the Hot-Dip Galvanizers Assoc.  They provided (too-late) 
information to me some 15-years ago on hydrogen embrittlement of 
high-strength steels due to galvanizing.

A. Roger Turk, P.E.(Structural)
Tucson, Arizona

Scott Maxwell wrote:


You might try calling CRSI and asking them.  Their number is (847)


Ypsilanti, MI

On Wed, 5 Sep 2001, Nicholas Blackburn wrote:

> Does any one have information supporting or denying that hot-dip galvanized
> A706 rebar is embrittled during the galvanizing process.  I have an embed
> that is A36 plate with #4 A706 welded to it.  The contractor has issued an
> RFI with this as the basis for the requested alternate.  It is a new one to
> me and I don't see anything in the ACI or AWS literature.
> Thanks,
> Nicholas Blackburn

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