Marine Corrosion Protection
- Left: Docked Military Ship – Corroded areas marked in red.
- SuperCORR A should be applied as a preventive measure and will eliminate premature failure of components created by moisture causing general corrosion, galvanic corrosion, crevice corrosion, pitting corrosion, microbial corrosion, fretting or other types of corrosion particularly where dissimilar metals in contact are exposed to sea water.
- SuperCORR A was evaluated by a leading materials testing laboratory under ASTM B-117-07 (Method of Salt Spray (Fog) Testing) with a documented 240 hours of continuous exposure of steel and aluminum panels to salt spray solutions. Easily outperformed all other products evaluated by a leading materials testing laboratory under U.S. Federal Test Method Standard #791B (5% Salt Spray Corrosion Test) with a documented 232 hours of continuous exposure to salt corrosion.
- LEFT : Mild Steel panel exposed to sea spray on board ship for 6 months.
A: Oil based CPC
B: Untreated section
C: Treated with SuperCORR A demonstrating its superior performance.
- It is clear that the use of SuperCORR A in regular maintenance procedures can bring financial savings in reduced maintenance and replacement costs and more importantly greater safety.
- LEFT : SuperCORR A is used by The Royal Navy in submarines to prevent corrosion on components in bilges. Read the full the Royal Navy report click here.
- Designed to protect and lubricate wiring connectors, terminations, lugs and leads, electrical bonds and grounds, relays, fittings, circuit boards, computers, from moisture, general and fretting corrosion, surface static electricity, corona, and other electro migration problems, sntenna connections for radios, radar, exposed motors and generators, circuit breakers and electrical switching panels. Use in any areas that are prone to collect sea water such as bilges, voids, and “I” beams.
Corrosion Protection For Marine Industries
Salt spray and changes in temperature and humidity subject all electrical and close tolerance mechanical assemblies such as bearings, actuators, airline connections and high voltage mating, switches and contactors to extreme conditions. The failure of any of these components present potential dangers to equipment and passengers.
Specially Formulated Anti-Corrosive Inhibitors
- SuperCORR A lubricates and protects switches in the most hostile environments which are likely to be experienced in the marine industries.
- Unexcelled in preventing deterioration and contamination on all surfaces of
electronic and electrical equipment and mechanical close tolerance moving components.
- Eliminate premature failure of components created by moisture, general or fretting corrosion. Reliability is increased maintenance intervals increased and costs reduced and manufacturers can save costly warranty service calls or product re-calls.
- SuperCORR A prevents the corrosive damage to electronics and other surfaces caused by exposure to the Sulfur dioxide (SO2), Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Ammonia (NH3), Chlorine based gases (CL12) based gases in Class III mixed gas tests as well as the thermal decomposition by product of HFC-227ea used in fire suppression systems, Hydrogen Fluoride (HF).
- An ultra-thin film of SuperCORR A will not only prevent moisture from coming in to contact but will displace moisture that is there already.
- SuperCORR A is hydrophobic, that is it repels water and forms a “self-healing” ultra-thin film barrier that prevents moisture from coming into contact with the coated electronic components.
We can provide you with a Material Safety Data Sheet, independent laboratory reports, product samples or technical assistance. For more information or advice please contact us by telephone on 1-912-399-1559 or use our contact form.
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