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AxxaCoat™ 90 Protects Oil & Gas Equipment During Overseas Shipping

Posted on June 24, 2020
by Elizabeth Cano
Problem A globally recognized manufacturer of pressure control equipment used in the oil and gas industry – gate valves, ball valves, surface and subsea BOPS, choke and kill manifolds, etc. were experiencing heavy corrosion on equipment being stored in their warehouse and during overseas shipments. They tried several grease and wax coatings to help mitigate the

Zerust® Axxanol™ 34CD and ICT®510-OPS Shrink Film Prevent Oil Pans From Rusting During International Shipping

Posted on June 5, 2020
by Carlos Chaidez
Problem The world’s largest construction equipment manufacturer contacted Zerust®, as they were looking for a corrosion control company with expertise in protection against rust and corrosion. They needed to solve a corrosion problem with oil pans made in Mexico that were experiencing rust during the shipment to the United States. The issue arose at the

High-quality Files Preserved by Zerust® Corrosion Solutions

Posted on June 4, 2020
by Raul Ducoing Arjona
Problem A premier supplier of high quality industrial and home improvement tools – hand files and rasps in Mexico faced corrosion protection concerns with shipping new products to its distributors in the US and nationwide. They needed a solution to extend the integrity of their files for a longer period and be able to deliver

Equipment Manufacturer Looking for Corrosion Control Company Contacts Zerust®

Posted on June 3, 2020
by Kevin Landmark, PhD
Problem A company that engineers and builds sand core production machines for various industries delivered machines to a foundry customer. Unfortunately, the machines rusted because the customer waited to install them and left them outside without proper rust preventatives. The customer asked the equipment manufacturer to remove the corrosion and apply a corrosion prevention coating

Corrosion Considerations Regarding the Concentration Effect in Metalworking Fluids

Posted on June 3, 2020
by Daniel Neuburger
What is the concentration effect? We have all seen the concentration effect occur in our daily lives. With a kitchen sink full of soapy water used to wash dishes, the more dishes you wash in the water, the dirtier the water gets, and the less effective it becomes at cleaning dishes. As the water in
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