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Longterm corrosion protection with these inhibitor emitters

By Chemical Engineering |

EcoSonic VpCI-105 emitters are designed to provide corrosion protection for metal components and parts enclosed in non-ventilated control boxes, cabinets or tool boxes up to 5 ft3 in size. These non-toxic modules emit vapor-phase corrosion inhibitors (VpCIs), which form a monomolecular protective coating on all metal surfaces. The VpCI-105 has a breathable membrane through which the corrosion inhibitor is released, providing longterm (up to 24 months), continuous protection against corrosion, even in the presence of adverse conditions, including salt, moisture, airborne contaminants, H2S, SO2, NH3 and other corrosive substances. These emitters do not interfere with electrical, optical or mechanical surface properties. Products are free of nitrites, halogens and phosphates and have very low volatile organic compound (VOC) content. No spraying, wiping or dipping is required. — Cortec Corp., St. Paul, Minn.
www.cortecvci.com

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