Corrosion-Inhibiting Packaging for Steel Coils and Metal Parts

October 1, 2015

Daubert Cromwell
Booth S4305

Daubert Cromwell, Alsip, IL, provides corrosion-inhibitor packaging to protect steel coils and other metal parts in all stages of production, storage and shipment.

Ferro-Pak VCI sheets are used to separate finished coil from wooden pallets, with deck sheets of Premium Metal-Guard VCI film on top to protect exposed, unfinished metal edges. The VCI pallet liner paper acts as a barrier between the metal and the acidic wood, and keeps moisture away from the exposed underside of the unfinished coil edges. On top, a 3-mil clear VCI deck sheet covers the coil edges and prevents corrosion-causing contaminants from affecting exposed surfaces.

Coils are wrapped in a plain stretch film to keep them packed tight and secure on the pallet, ready for easy transport. Rolls then are safely shipped to a finisher for additional processing. When the VCI packaging is removed, the metal is immediately ready to use. Surfaces are clean, dry and can be used without further handling or rework.


Industry-Related Terms: Pallet
View Glossary of Metalforming Terms


See also: Daubert Cromwell

Technologies: Finishing, Materials


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