According to production and processing methods, it can be divided into the following categories:
①Hot-dip galvanized steel sheet. The thin steel plate is immersed in the molten zinc tank, so that a thin steel plate with a layer of zinc is adhered to the surface. At present, it is mainly produced by continuous galvanizing process, that is, continuous immersion of rolled steel sheets in a galvanizing tank with molten zinc to make galvanized steel sheets;
②Alloyed galvanized steel sheet. This kind of steel plate is also manufactured by hot dipping method, but immediately after being discharged from the tank, it is heated to about 500°C to form an alloy film of zinc and iron. This kind of galvanized sheet has good paint adhesion and weldability;
③Electro-galvanized steel sheet. The galvanized steel sheet produced by the electroplating method has good workability. But the coating is thinner, and the corrosion resistance is not as good as the hot-dip galvanized sheet;
④Single-sided and double-sided differential galvanized steel sheet. Single-sided galvanized steel sheet is a product that is galvanized on only one side. In welding, painting, anti-rust treatment, processing, etc., it has better adaptability than double-sided galvanized sheet. In order to overcome the shortcomings of uncoated zinc on one side, there is another kind of galvanized sheet coated with a thin layer of zinc on the other side, that is, double-sided differential galvanized sheet;
⑤Alloy and composite galvanized steel sheet. It is made of zinc and other metals such as aluminum, lead, zinc, etc. to make alloys and even composite plated steel plates. This kind of steel plate not only has excellent anti-rust performance, but also has good coating performance;
In addition to the above five types, there are color galvanized steel sheets, printed coated galvanized steel sheets, polyvinyl chloride laminated galvanized steel sheets, etc. But currently the most commonly used is still hot-dip galvanized sheet.