A volatile or Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor (VCI or VPI) is a class of chemical compounds which emit a rust-inhibiting vapor in the air to inhibit corrosion on a metal surface. Typically a packaging material such as paper or poly film is the carrier for the VCI chemicals. VCI's typically elminate the need for oils and liquid rust preventatives. All ARMOR Protective Packaging® products utilize our proprietary and time-proven AN-OX® VCI Technology.
 
What is VCI?
How does VCI work?
How long does VCI protect a product?
What causes corrosion?
Which is a better rust inhibitor, VCI Paper or VCI Poly?
What advantages/disadvantages does VCI Poly have over traditional VCI methods?
How does VCI compare to desiccants in preventing corrosion?
Why is it important to have VCI Paper coated on both sides?
How does corrugated affect corrosion?
Can only one type of VCI work on all metals?
Why does ARMOR Protective Packaging offer so many VCI formulations and products?
Why is a compatibility test recommended?
Does VCI effect plastics, rubbers, wood or other non-metallic surfaces?
Is airtight packaging required?
What are ferrous and non-ferrous metals?
Why is it important for workers to wear gloves when handling metal parts?
Does ARMOR have military approvals for VCI Papers?
What are the three most important factors within a manufacturing process which will influence corrosion?
Does ARMOR offer accelerated corrosion testing?
What are the advantages of ARMOR VCI Packaging?
Does ARMOR offer any stock products for immediate purchase?
Why is it important to know how much VCI is in a product?
 
 
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