Introducing water-based corrosion inhibitor additive

Introducing a water-based corrosion inhibitor additive

5:53 AM, 29th January 2019
corrosion inhibitor

BENGALURU, INDIA: Formulators looking to enhance the corrosion protection of increasingly popular water-based coatings systems can now use Cortec’s M-120, a water-based corrosion inhibitor additive that does not contain heavy metals. M-120 can be used alone or in conjunction with other inhibitors to increase the corrosion protection abilities of both water-based and solvent-based systems. It is recommended for use in acrylic and alkyd resin systems.

M-120 protects both carbon steel and aluminum. It contains contact corrosion inhibitors that eliminate in-can corrosion, inhibit flash rust, and provide long term protection to the metal substrate. The additive does not contain any heavy metals such as zinc phosphate, chromates, or barium. M-120 comes as an off-white/beige colored paste that can be added to coatings formulations.

Cortec’s M-120 additive contains a special blend of corrosion inhibitors that protect against corrosion by forming a microscopic inhibitor layer along the contours of the metal substrate.

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