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A zinc coating is applied by hot-dipping the steel coil at the mill prior to fabrication. Once the material is worked by rollforming, cutting, or punching, minimal protection is provided for raw edges. This weakness is typical with precoated material and affects the channel section around holes, extreme ends, and the edges of the "U" shape lips. Superstrut pregalvanized material is in conformance with ASTM A-525/G-90 specification standards, representing 0.90 ounces of zinc per square foot of steel. This finish is often referred to as "hot-dipped mill galvanized" or "mill galvanized".