VCI (Volatile Corrosion Inhibitor) Spray is a type of rust inhibitor product that is used to protect metal surfaces from corrosion. It is a liquid solution that contains VCI chemicals that can be applied to metal surfaces by spraying. VCI spray is typically applied to metal surfaces before or after storage or transport. The spray creates a thin, protective layer on the metal surface, which can prevent or reduce the effects of corrosion. VCI spray can be applied to a wide range of metal surfaces, including steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and others.
How does VCI Spray Work ?
VCI (Volatile Corrosion Inhibitor) Spray works by creating a thin, protective layer on metal surfaces that prevents or reduces the effects of corrosion. The VCI chemicals in the spray volatilize or release into the air and create a protective atmosphere around the metal surface, thereby inhibiting the corrosion process.
When the VCI Spray is applied to a metal surface, the VCI chemicals in the spray adhere to the metal surface and form a protective layer. The protective layer can last for several months to years, depending on the VCI product and storage conditions.
VCI Spray is typically used in industries where metal parts and components are manufactured, stored, or transported. It is an effective way to protect metal surfaces from corrosion during storage or transport, especially in harsh environments where the metal surface is exposed to moisture or other corrosive elements.