VCI stands for Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors. VCI is a chemical compound that works to reduce corrosion by releasing invisible molecules into the air around metal components, forming an invisible protective layer. VCI molecules are attracted to metal surfaces, causing them to react and form a barrier against humidity, oxidation, and other corrosive agents.
VCI is used to protect metal parts from corrosion and wear, in a variety of settings ranging from industrial to marine applications. VCI is a cost-effective solution that helps extend the life of important components, saving time and money in the long run.
VCI molecules have been proven effective at protecting metals, including steel, aluminium, brass, and copper alloys.