How It Works: Vapor Phase Corrosion Inhibitor

Vapor Phase Corrosion Inhibitor (VpCI) is a revolutionary technology that protects against corrosion, rust, oxidation, and tarnishing. VpCI technology has many advantages; it typically does not require the special removal of a coating or greasy rust preventative. It also easily protects intricate equipment internals where it would be difficult to apply a coating or liquid rust preventative. The technology protects multiple metal types and works in multiple phases—liquid, vapor, and interface. These advantages work together to save time and money and offer a reliable, easy to use protection.

VpCI emitting devices are designed for use in interior enclosures that are covered, closed or sealed. It provides long-term protection against corrosion even in the presence of adverse conditions including salt, moisture, airborne contaminants, H2S, SO2, NH3, and others.

Watch the video below to see how VpCI emitters work.

Emitters can be effectively used for all operating, packaged and stored electrical equipment, marine navigation and communication equipment, aerospace electrical controls, electric motors, switching equipment, fuse boxes, and more! If you have any questions about VpCI technology or emitters our specialists would be happy to chat with you. It is our goal at Texas Technologies to find the best solution for your packaging needs.