New Ferro Foil packaging fights corrosion


Australian Inhibitor, a niche market research and development packaging specialist, has launched a new VCI (Vapour Corrosion Inhibitor) laminate to protect metal products. 

The Ferro Foil packaging incorporates tough BOPP laminated to foil with the inclusion of inside laminated VCI actives in low density film.

This revolutionary new product assists in the prevention of corrosion of metal products in storage or during shipping overseas. 

The specialist material can be made into bags of any size from 100mm x 100mm up to bags to house aeroplane parts, gun turrets and machinery of any size for local or overseas shipment.

Australian Inhibitor is a major supplier to local manufacturing machinery exporters as well as auto, military and mining companies.

Established more than 50 years ago, Australian Inhibitor is a world leader in patented award winning designed VCI rigid plastic products, supplying the auto industry. 

Australian Inhibitor is a specialist Research and Development company offering high quality Australian Made products and services.    

Australian Inhibitor
Ph: 03 9768 2322


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