ARMOR SHIELD® VCI FOAM EMITTER PADS



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ARMOR SHIELD® VCI Foam Emitter Pads

A Soft-Sided Approach to Hard-Hitting Rust Prevention

Protect small/fragile metal parts or electronics with ARMOR SHIELD® VCI Foam Emitter Pads, a soft packaging material that takes a hard line on rust prevention. We’ve combined the rust-preventing power of ARMOR’s proprietary VCI Nanotechnology™ (a.k.a., our “secret recipe” for vapor corrosion inhibitor) with open-cell polyether foam to offer a VCI emitter that provides cushion and corrosion prevention.

ARMOR SHIELD VCI Foam Emitter Pads are designed for long-term storage of ferrous and non-ferrous metals and are ideal for use in small, enclosed spaces, in the packaging of metal parts, in domestic and export shipment, inventory storage or in electrical or mechanical cabinets. While VCI Foam Emitter Pads are lightweight and flexible they provide hard-nosed protection against dirt, dust, humidity and the evils of rust.

ARMOR products are in-stock and ready-to-ship with no order minimums through our ARMOR Stock & Ready® program.

Technical Specifications:

Stock & Ready options:

  • 10” x 10” x 1⁄4” protects up to 8 cubic feet per pad
  •  2” x 5” x 1⁄4” protects up to 1 cubic foot per pad
  •  1” x 1” x 1⁄4” protects up to .25 cubic feet per pad

Specs:

Nitrite-free

Custom options also available

Approved By/Conforms:

  •  FDA for use in equipment packaging
  •  Global OEM companies
  •  RoHS – REACH Compliant
  •  NACE Std TM0208-2008

Compatibility of ARMOR SHIELD Foam Emitters with Metals

Metal to be Protected ARMOR SHIELD Foam Emitters
Aluminum ★★
Aluminum Bronze ★★
Aluminum Magnesium alloy
Brass ★★★
Bronze ★★★
Cadmium ★★★
Cast Iron
Chromium ★★
Constantan ★★★
Copper ★★★
Galvanized ★★★
Lead
Molybdenum ⚪⚪
Nickel ★★★
Nickel Silver (CU, Ni, Zn) ★★★
Silver ⚪⚪
Solder (Pb, Sn)
Steel ★★
Tin (Pure) ★★★
Tinned Steel ★★★
Zinc ★★★

Compatibility Key

★★★ Complete Protection
★★ Good Protection
This product will protect this metal from corrosion; however a more suitable formula may be available.
Testing is recommended