Packaging Neutralizes Corrosive Elements

Birchwood Casey's Intercept SPS packaging, which creates a protective, corrosion-free zone around metal parts stored inside. The packaging material has the ability to neutralize and remove corrosive elements in the air around the part stored inside without the use of chemicals, thereby protecting them from corrosion for long periods. This corrosion-resistant packaging is for all types of products that are shipped overseas, stored for long periods in dealer warehouses or stored outdoors.

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Birchwood Casey's Intercept SPS packaging, which creates a protective, corrosion-free zone around metal parts stored inside. The packaging material has the ability to neutralize and remove corrosive elements in the air around the part stored inside without the use of chemicals, thereby protecting them from corrosion for long periods.

This corrosion-resistant packaging is for all types of products that are shipped overseas, stored for long periods in dealer warehouses or stored outdoors.

Unlike conventional packaging, Intercept SPS packaging consists of a polyethylene film infused with metallic copper particles and activated carbon. Though non-hazardous, these materials neutralize and absorb corrosive elements inside the package through sacrificial galvanic action and absorption. Additionally, they are natural biocides that quickly kill any acid-producing bacteria, mold or fungus that may be present inside the package or in fingerprints. BY creating a benign, protective zone inside the package, the part inside is fully protected.

With a proven storage life of 20-plus years in normal warehouse conditions, this packaging has no chemical content and is non-hazardous. It produces no fumes, no outgassing or volatile organic compounds and poses no danger of worker sensitivity or allergic reactions.