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Topper Manufacturing Racks Outlast the Vehicle they are Mounted to

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STURTEVANT, Wis. - Oct. 17, 2018 - Amzeal -- Topper Manufacturing (www.toppermfg.com), manufacturer of all steel galvanized commercial van and truck racks and equipment tell how the Topper Rack is so reliable that it can outlast the vehicle that it is mounted to.

Hop-dip galvanizing is the process of immersing fabricated steel or iron into a kettle of molten zinc. While in the kettle, iron in the steel react with the zinc to form a bonded alloy coating. All Topper Manufacturing Racks are hot-dip galvanized after fabrication. The steel side rails, crossbars and other rack components are submerged in a bath of molten zinc. This protects the racks in three ways. It prevents corrosive substances from reaching the underlying steel or iron, it serves as a sacrificial anode (highly active metals that are used to prevent a less active material surface from corroding) and protects the base metal by corroding it before the iron. Topper Manufacturing Racks are known to outlast the vehicles they are mounted to do to the hot-dip galvanizing process.

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Topper Manufacturing Racks are built to last. Owners can scratch, dent and ding their racks and they are still guaranteed not to rust. By eliminating metal rusting, the steel is protected with a 50 plus year life expectancy.

ABOUT TOPPER MANUFACTURING

For more than thirty years, Topper Manufacturing has been making commercial cargo carriers. All Topper manufacturing racks are made of high strength steel and hot-dip galvanized after fabrication for a rust free, abrasive resistant finish.  Topper Manufacturing Racks are the only rack in the industry to outlast the vehicles that they are mounted to. Topper Manufacturing offers powder painting after galvanizing. www.toppermfg.com

Topper Manufacturing is a proud member of the NTEA.

Source: Topper Mfg
Filed Under: Automotive

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