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ZERUST® ICT®430-35SR VCI Scrim Paper

ZERUST®/EXCOR® ICT®430-35SR VCI Scrim Kraft Paper is an acid-free, pH-neutral, and non-abrasive VCI kraft paper that’s scrim-reinforced. As a result, providing effective corrosion protection with the convenience and affordability of a paper wrapping product with superior strength that avoids ripping and tearing.



  • Effective corrosion protection and packaging combined in one step
  • Metals are ready for use and assembly directly out of the packaging
  • Fiberglass reinforced with plain poly for superior strength
  • Safe and effective ZERUST® VCI protection
  • Bio-based paper sourced from responsibly managed forestry suppliers
Product Description

Product Description

ZERUST® ICT® VCI Scrim Paper is a high-quality 35# kraft paper saturated on one side with proven ZERUST® corrosion inhibitors. Additionally, it also incorporates a 3/4 mil polyethylene layer and fiberglass scrim on the back side, enhancing its strength and providing exceptional corrosion protection for steel coil rolls and other metals during work-in-progress, shipping, and storage. Furthermore, the poly layer contains invisible, odorless, and non-toxic ZERUST® VCIs. As a result, these VCI molecules diffuse from the paper and settle onto exposed metal surfaces inside the packaging or enclosure. Once removed from the packaging, the VCI will dissipate from the metal surface, allowing immediate painting, welding, or further processing.

Use ICT®430-35SR Scrim Reinforced VCI Paper by placing the paper side towards the metal surface when interleaving or wrapping metals. As a result, offering a protective barrier against corrosion. Additionally, use ZERUST® VCI Scrim Paper with ZERUST® VCI poly packagingrust inhibitors, preventatives, coatings, or VCI diffuser products for added protection in challenging environments. Furthermoe, engineered for a broad range of applications, ICT®430-35SR Scrim Reinforced VCI Paper is available in various-sized rolls and a multimetal protection formulation, ensuring an ideal packaging solution. Whether in storage or transit, ZERUST® ICT®430-35SR VCI Scrim Kraft Paper delivers unparalleled performance.

Why Choose ZERUST®?

For over 50 years, beginning with the invention of Vapor Corrosion Inhibiting (VCI) film, ZERUST® has led the market in quality corrosion solution products. Furthermore, we dedicate ourselves to providing expert corrosion management services and further adding solutions for our customers. In addition, ZERUST® users have access to on-site support from ZERUST®/EXCOR® representatives in more than 70 countries. As a result, our customers have peace of mind when they choose ZERUST® for corrosion control management.



ZERUST®/EXCOR® ICT®430-35SR VCI Scrim Paper is stocked in 35# paper with 3/4 mil poly/scrim laminated for a total 50# weight. Available in custom widths (36”, 60”, and 72”) and the color white, minimum order quantity may apply. For further ordering information, contact your ZERUST®/EXCOR® representative.

Part Number Quantity Weight Protection
300-M-00312 48” x 200 yard roll 35# w/ 3/4 mil poly/scrim (50# Total) Multimetal
300-M-00319 24” x 200 yard rolls (2 Rolls/Case) 35# w/ 3/4 mil poly/scrim (50# Total) Multimetal

Frequently Asked Questions

How do VCI products prevent corrosion?
How does moisture affect the performance of VCI?
Does VCI affect electronics, plastics, rubber, wood or other non-metallic surfaces? 
What can be anticipated when parts that are already corroded are packaged in VCI products?
What can be anticipated when wet parts are packaged in VCI?
How long can parts be expected to remain free of corrosion after removal from VCI packaging?
How long does it take for the interior of a VCI package to reach its designed corrosion prevention capability?
Does VCI have any effect on electrical or electronic components?
What is the best way to store VCI products before use?
How is corrosion prevented?
How does VCI paper work?
How to Use VCI Paper?
What Is VCI Paper?
How much VCI must be placed in the packaging?
Is VCI film better than VCI paper? What are the differences between them?