New Packaging Film Prevents Corrosion, Discoloration on Metal-Alloy PartsFebruary 12, 2021
Daubert Cromwell, Alsip, IL, has introduced CP5000, a corrosion-inhibitor VCI film that passes TL8135-0034 for aluminum films, and NACE TM0208 (“Laboratory Test to Evaluate the Vapor-Inhibiting Ability of Volatile Corrosion Inhibitor Materials for Temporary Protection of Ferrous Metal Surfaces”); meets TRGS 615 and TRGS 900; and is RoHS compliant. The film’s corrosion inhibitors are REACH-registered, allowing metalworking companies to import their finished goods into the EU.
Field-performance test results, say company officials, show CP5000 film effectively prevents rust and discoloration on properly packaged steel, copper and aluminum alloys. The flexible, strong, transparent poly, tinted blue, finds use as a bin liner for automotive and other fabricated metal parts.
In addition to its technical efficacy, CP5000 meets criteria as an environmentally friendly film that is safe for use in the workplace. The bio-based, nitrite-free product is non-toxic, easy to handle and fully recyclable.
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