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The corrosion of metals under thermal insulation is an industry wide problem, specifically during idle cooling down periods. The presence of condensed water, airborne contaminants and corrosive agents that are generated through thermal decomposition and aging of insulating materials further increases the rate of attack on underlying metal surfaces.

Due to failure of outer water barrier wraps or jackets, the moisture content of the insulation can often reach the point of saturation. This, combined with elevated temperatures, can cause corrosion rates to multiply to extremely high levels. VpCI-658 has been specifically designed to counter this problem with existing insulation, avoiding the additional expense of replacing the insulation and refinishing the underlying metal.

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Last modified: June 07 2017 05:43:48.