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Ten Times More Protection with Cortec®.

Added: (Tue Jul 08 2008)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Cortec® Corporation’s EcoFoam VpCI™ is superior foam produced from soy vegetable oil that provides flexible packaging, corrosion protection, cushioning, and desiccant action all in one step. You can eliminate expensive and messy rust preventatives with EcoFoam VpCI™, and parts protected are always ready for use; no degreasing or coating removal is required. Application of multifunctional materials such as EcoFoam VpCI™ results in significant savings.

EcoFoam VpCI™ is specially designed with vapor corrosion inhibitors impregnated throughout the foam’s polymeric matrix. EcoFoam VpCI™ is excellent protection for ferrous and non-ferrous metals, and provides continuous protection against humidity, condensation, aggressive industrial atmospheres, dissimilar metal corrosion (galvanic corrosion), salt air, and residual impurities left after processing. EcoFoam VpCI™ does not change critical physical and/or chemical properties of electronic components, and is suitable for protection of printed circuit boards.

EcoFoam VpCI™ contains ten times more VpCI™ chemical per square foot (square meter) of substrate than traditional VPI papers and other wrapping materials. This makes protection of objects with large surface areas possible; i.e. aluminum and steel coils. The unique combination in EcoFoam VpCI™ affords long-term protection for large export packages, crates, and seagoing containers. The high performance patented formulation of VpCIs provides fast, easy-to-use protection even in aggressive overseas shipments. EcoFoam VpCI™ is nitrite and chromate free.

EcoFoam VpCI™ meets military specifications MIL-PRF-81705D for static dissipative materials, and MIL-B-22110 B for vapor phase corrosion inhibitor.

Submitted by:Shannon Garrow
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