22 - 24 October 2019
Analysis: actively combatting risk
Soiling and residue on metal goods may render any corrosion protection ineffective, and may itself have a corrosive effect. Incorrectly applied, even VCI corrosion protection reaches its limits, making professional analysis of the precise nature of the residue all the more important. Whether it is fluid, aqueous-organic, purely organic or takes the form of solid deposits on the metal surfaces, EXCOR® identifies, analyses and evaluates all residues present using high-tech trace analysis techniques, actively combatting corrosion risks in the interests of our customers.
When conducting these investigations EXCOR®'s in-house laboratory can draw on the following equipment and techniques:
- Pyrolysis gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GCMS)
- High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)
- Ion chromatography (IC)
- Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR)
- Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS)
All EXCOR® VALENO® Flat Film can be used in automated packaging processes.
Made from polyethylene, it has a wide range of applications, for instance as interleaving ...
EXCOR® ABRIGO® Kraft Paper combines the tried-and-tested properties of traditional packaging with the EXCOR® VCI corrosion protection effect. EXCOR® ABRIGO® is a ...
Before individual VCI packaging goes into series production, EXCOR® puts the packaging, including corrosion protection, under the microscope, testing it with the ...
EXCOR® EMIBO® Capsules can be used as VCI diffusers in cavities in transport and storage packages. The simple dosing and ease of handling makes them ideal for users' ...
Apart from offering effective corrosion protection, VCI packaging should also be straightforward to use, environmentally sustainable, easy to dispose of and economically ...