July 7, 2020

Three Reasons to Protect Boilers from Corrosion

If someone asked you why anyone should bother with corrosion protection for boilers, what would you say? Here are three great reasons to share next time […]
July 1, 2020

Cortec® Outlines Three Easy Ways to Mitigate Corrosion on Electricals

Electrical panels and junction boxes are everywhere—at home, at work, on ships, in vehicles, and on digital signage by the side of the road. The risk […]
July 1, 2020

Cortec® Presents Detailed Guidelines for Layup of Offshore Drilling Rigs in Uncertain Times

With uncertainty and mounting challenges on the horizon for the oil industry, many rig owners are already or will soon be facing the question of whether […]
June 30, 2020

Can Paper Stop Corrosion? An Intro to Cortec’s Convenient VpCI® Paper for Packaging Metals

As manufacturing and assembly move ahead in many places, interruptions could still be commonplace because of suppliers who are not yet able to source critical components. […]
June 24, 2020

Your Source for Long-Term Oil & Gas Preservation Solutions

What will the oil and gas market look like in three months? In six months? A year from now? None of us knows for sure, but […]
June 23, 2020

Create Your Own Outdoor Storage Kit!

Has the pandemic left you with backed-up stock that you do not have room to store indoors? Or maybe it has left your new oil and […]
June 22, 2020

Unleash the Migrating Corrosion Inhibitor™ Power of MCI® Water Repellents!

A common best practice to make new or existing concrete structures last longer is to periodically apply a concrete sealer. This is especially so for concrete […]
June 3, 2020
Cortec’s Mothballing

Cortec’s Mothballing Handbook: A concise guide to proven solutions to protect idle assets during storage, lay-up, and mothballing.

Whether you are storing a single gearbox for a few months or shutting down an entire production facility, Cortec® can help preserve your valuable property. The […]
May 26, 2020

COVID-19’s Effect on Large Buildings

With many large buildings—such as malls, sporting venues, concert halls and more—inactive due to the coronavirus, some systems inside those buildings are running on different schedules, […]