Flexible Packaging Shrinks Transportation Costs, Carbon Footprint
The manufacturer of high-tech Vapor phase Corrosion Inhibiting (VpCI) films and bags in Europe is now offering custom VpCI film covers/hoods in various sizes and shapes. Its premium shrink films VpCI-126 and Milcorr are now available as equipment covers in small series.
These covers are designed to replace wooden crates, containers, metal, plastic and wooden boxes. They are lightweight, thus reducing transportation costs, while being non-toxic and recyclable.
Metal parts packaged in MilCorr or VpCI-126 High Performance Film receive continuous protection against salt air and humid environments, moisture, aggressive industrial atmospheres and dissimilar metal corrosion. The VpCIâ€™s vaporize and condense to metal surfaces in the enclosed package, reaching every area of the part, even hardest-to-reach interior surfaces. This allows complete product protection during storage as well as during domestic and overseas shipments, virtually eliminating any rust claims, the company says.
These covers and hoods replace conventional rust preventatives such as oils and desiccants. They eliminate all the degreasing or coating removal, allowing customers to save money, the company says.
Equipment protected with MilCorr or VpCI-126 Shrink Films can be used immediately without need for cleaning or degreasing. These products are free of amines, nitrites, phosphates, halogens and other toxic chemicals. VpCI shrink films are offered printed with logos of equipment producers at no extra charge.
Cortecâ€™s MilCorr VpCI Shrink Film and VpCI-126 High Performance Film conform to military specification MIL-B-22019D, NACE Standard RP0487-2000 and are RoHS compliant.
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