Hot-dip galvanizing sets Action Trailers apart from the competition

Hot-dip galvanizing sets Action Trailers apart from the competition
Oct 27, 2017

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The galvanization process creates superior rust protection

By Farms.com

Farmers won’t have to worry about their trailers deteriorating due to calcium and salt buildup, thanks to Action Trailers and its hot-dip galvanized products.

The galvanization process helps prevent rust so farmers can be sure they’re getting the most out of their trailers, says Shane Thompson, president of Action Trailers.

“The biggest thing with (having) no rust is that you don’t have to repaint (the trailer) every couple of years,” he said.

Another factor contributing to the longevity of products from Action Trailers is their construction, which can differ from that of their competitors.

“(Our trailers are) built here in Canada and that’s the reason why they’re built quite a bit heavier than other trailers on the market,” Thompson said. “We use a double frame, we use much heavier sidewalls with 10-gauge (steel or aluminum), and everything is hot-dip galvanized.

“(Our trailers are) built to last.”

Action Trailers is located at 4728 Egremont Dr. in Strathroy, Ont.

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