Permanent protection by galvanising

State-of-the-art technology and top-quality service


Gradina Cink d.o.o. is a company engaged in anti-corrosion protection of metals using the technology of high-temperature centrifugal hot galvanising and dip galvanising.

The company was founded in 2020 in Belgrade and began its work with the construction of a factory in Nova Pazova. We have a unique automated line where continuous quality can be achieved for various parts that require long-term exposure to atmospheric influences.

Hot galvanising protection provides excellent anti-corrosion properties, mainly of steel, throughout the product’s entire life, which still sets this type of protection apart as unsurpassed.

The company is currently in the process of implementing the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 standards and the process of acquiring the German DASt 022 standard.

Our Services

Our state-of-the-art automated high-temperature centrifugal hot galvanising and hot-dip galvanising line has a capacity of 8000 t.

We perform the hot galvanising process according to EN ISO 1461 and EN ISO 14713 (1-2) standards.

The entire technological process takes place in closed chambers with purification systems in line with the most demanding standards in the field of environmental protection.

High-temperature centrifugal galvanising

High-temperature centrifugal galvanising technology is excellent for surface protection of iron and steel castings and industrial forgings.

Hot dip galvanising

Products that are galvanised by applying this process are fences, pipes, smaller steel structures, threaded rods, etc.


Caring for ecology

Gradina Cink applies BAT (Best Available Techniques) in its operations. BAT represents the most effective and advanced techniques, processes and practices that are available and economically feasible to reduce emissions of pollutants, protect natural resources and preserve the environment, taking into account technical, economic and other relevant factors.

It is also worth mentioning that no wastewater is generated during all stages of the hot galvanising process. After the end of their useful life, new liquids are formed through the chemical preparation of the elements, and the used liquids and resulting sludge are shipped to authorised operators. Most of this waste is recycled, and acids are regenerated by special methods and systems.