Polar Bonding: CorrosionX's proprietary technology
CorrosionX is the most advanced and effective corrosion inhibitor, lubricant and penetrant in the world. Click here to download a brief animation showing how Polar Bonding works. This presentation requires the Shockwave Player plug-in, which can be downloaded FREE from the Adobe's web site.
CorrosionX Stops, Kills and Prevents Rust and Corrosion
Use CorrosionX wherever you want corrosion control without paint or wax coatings. A light spray of CorrosionX on power heads, generators sets and engines two or three times a year will keeping them looking like new – even in saltwater and coastal environments.
Fluid Thin Film Coating (FTFC) Technology
FTFC: WHAT IT IS AND HOW IT WORKS
Even though our Fluid Thin Film Coating products may look and feel like ordinary oil, there's nothing 'ordinary' about them. They are made up of more than a dozen different components, each designed for a specific purpose. The end result is remarkable... products that stop and prevent corrosion. They creep, penetrate, lubricate, are dielectric and displace moisture.
FLUID THIN FILM COATING DEFINED
Corrosion Technologies coined the term "Fluid Thin Film Coating" (or FTFC for short) to describe the basic technology found in all our anti-corrosion products and to distinguish them from barrier coatings or wax-based sealants commonly used as corrosion inhibitors. They are not sealants in the traditional sense, contain no wax, tar, silicone or solids and leave no sticky, gummy mess behind. Polar Bonding with metal surfaces makes CorrosionX cling like a magnet and resist being washed away. The film creeps and spreads until it reaches a minimum thickness of .0002".
CONTROLLING THE CORROSION PROCESS
A corrosion cell is similar to a tiny battery. There is an anode, cathode, electrolyte and a path of current. Eliminate any one of these elements and you can shut down the process. FTFC doesn't stop with just one, it removes two: it displaces electrolyte and leaves an ultra-thin dielectric film that blocks the path of current. And, because of its film thickness, it won't interfere with circuitry.