Protection adapted to your needs
Atmospheric corrosion of metals is currently responsible for an appreciable percentage of the normal damage produced by this phenomenon, altering the durability as well as the operation of equipment, buildings, structures, parts, etc. To reduce this effect, there are two classic methods, which are to cover the metal with coatings, thus separating the surface from the atmosphere or using special alloys. These practices often have disadvantages and limitations that are overcome with the use of vapor phase inhibitors.
Cortec vapor phase corrosion inhibitors condition an enclosure by binding corrosion inhibitor molecules to the metals to be protected.
The anticorrosive protection is produced as a consequence of the formation of a monomolecular layer that prevents the access of external attackers and also the transfer of electrons.
The most relevant actions provided by Cortec’s Vapor Phase Corrosion Inhibitors (VCI) are discussed below, which allow many problems to be solved with very simple application systems.