CorteCros, a subsidiary of Cortec Corporation, has released a new educational video demonstrating the efficiency of its technological breakthrough line of environmentally friendly corrosion protection products for the marine market. Named Bull Frog, the line of products offers technology that has been perfected and proven in marine applications around the world.

Cortec marine protectionBull Frog’s Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors (VpCI’s) replace conventional and hazardous petroleum-based rust preventatives. They bond with metal surfaces to form a protective ‘Molecular Umbrella,’ sealing out air and moisture that cause rust and corrosion. They also save time and labour in the application and removal of traditional protective coatings, according to the company.

Bull Frog offers fast, one-step corrosion protection with easy and quick universal application. Providing multi-metal protection, this line of products is invisible and can be used in a variety of environmental conditions. Automatically self-replenishing, Bull Frog does not alter most material properties and provides a desiccant action.

Bull Frog fights aqueous corrosion as well as atmospheric corrosion of metals exposed on or near coastlines and hot salt corrosion in engines. The formulations conform to the highest environmental standards and utilise the newest chemical technology available.

The video shows how corrosion of sea vessels can be prevented with few simple steps. Filmed in Marina Icici, located near Opatija, Croatia, the video demonstrates preservation and maintenance of a yacht with the Bull Frog range of products. Showing each of the steps in the whole process, the video provides a complete guide of the maintenance process from cleaning and degreasing to covering the yacht with Cortec’s MilCorr VpCI Shrink Film.

See the full video here: http://www.bull-frog.com/whats_new/


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