About AGA

The American Galvanizers Association (AGA) , headquartered in Centennial, Colo., is a not-for-profit trade association dedicated to serving the needs of specifiers, architects, engineers, contractors, fabricators, and after-fabrication hot-dip galvanizers throughout North America. Since 1933, the AGA has provided information on the most innovative applications and state-of-the-art technological developments in hot-dip galvanizing for corrosion control.  The AGA maintains a large technical library, provides multimedia seminars, and offers a toll-free technical support hotline to assist specifiers. 

The AGA also provides a number of services to galvanizers and zinc producers in the industry, including serving as a process technology research and information resource, liaison to environmental and safety regulatory authorities, and an active member of committees within specification, corrosion, and government transportation and infrastructure agencies. The association celebrates more than 80 years of preserving the past, enhancing the present, and protecting the future.

AGA’s Mission Statement

The mission of the American Galvanizers Association is to preserve, enhance, and protect the existence of the hot-dip galvanizing industry throughout North America, and to fulfill the needs of the industry for technical, marketing, and other services.

The following objectives outline the association’s means to fulfilling the above mission:

  • To inform and educate North American specifiers and end-users in order to maintain and expand the markets for the galvanizing industry.
  • To develop a regional approach for the education of college and university professors and students.
  • To measure the effectiveness of AGA programs.
  • To ensure the long-term viability of the galvanizing industry by educating member galvanizers in the technical aspects of the galvanizing process,  environmental engineering, and sustainability.
  • To develop effective tools for the galvanizer to use to enhance processing efficiency, safety and quality.
  • To gather and communicate information on the activities of the industry and those affecting the industry, so as to coordinate an effective and timely industry response.
  • To be recognized as the authority for the industry, representing the industry on application, specification, processing, environmental, and regulatory issues.
  • To attract new members from the worldwide galvanizing industry.