Corrosion Block


A superior anti-corrosion, lubricating and penetrating compound designed for the marine industry. Recommended for use on electrical and electronic equipment.







Four Maintenance Facts:


  • Dwindling maintenance budgets, coupled with closer scrutiny of operating costs are commonplace.

  • Equipment down-time, repair and replacement are expensive.

  • Regularly-scheduled, preventive maintenance is always less expensive than the repair or replacement of equipment.

  • With regular use, Corrosion Block will significantly reduce your overhead expenses.

How is Corrosion Block Different?

Corrosion Block is the marine version of ACF-50. It is a state-of-the-art, anti-corrosion compound specially formulated to perform in the extremes of the marine environment. Corrosion Block has five superior features:

1. It is a superior anti-corrosion compound.
2. It kills corrosion in progress.
3. It prevents new corrosion cells from forming for 24 months.
4. It is an excellent penetrant.
5. It is an excellent light lubricant.

Corrosion Block can be described as a clean, clear, ultra-thin fluid which leaves a non-greasy atmospheric barrier to protect the base metal on interior surfaces. Corrosion Block leaves no gummy residue because it contains no wax, resin, tar, asphalt, silicone or teflon. It can be sprayed, or wiped on with a damp rag. Corrosion Block will actively penetrate the corrosion on the surface of the metal, and, in the process, isolate it electrically from the base metal. Once the Corrosion Block has penetrated into the corrosion cell, it displaces and/or emulsifies and encapsulates any moisture present in the cell and bringing it to the surface where it evaporates. Corrosion Block then fills the cell, with a 40 KV dielectric barrier to prevent further moisture contact with the base metal for up to 24 months.

Applying Corrosion Block is easy. Simply spray it on the area to be protected until it appears to be shiny. You don't need to saturate the entire surface as you do with some other products. Corrosion Block has a strong capillary action and will spread into the smallest crevices, leaving an ultra-thin film.

Corrosion Block's ability to remove moisture, combined with its excellent penetrating and strong dielectric properties, have brought a number of electronics "back from the dead" with just one application. The Corrosion Block removes the moisture from the corrosion byproduct, then isolates the corrosion by-product from the electrical circuit. Corrosion Block can be used in many different electrical and electronic applications without fear of damage. And it won't harm any plastics or painted surfaces and is actually good for rubber, keeping it from cracking and drying out.

We recommend you apply Corrosion Block during your regularly scheduled maintenance and monitor the length of protection your equipment receives. Exactly how long Corrosion Block's protection will last depends on a number of factors. Because Corrosion Block forms such an ultra-thin film, surfaces which are subjected to frequent rubbing or washing will have a relatively short re-application cycle. However, on protected internal surfaces, one application of Corrosion Block will provide protection for 24 months before the active ingredients are consumed.

Finally, Corrosion Block is virtually non-toxic and cleans up easily from hands, clothes and painted surfaces with soap and water.

What is corrosion?

1. THE CORROSION PROCESS: When moisture is present for prolonged periods of time, corrosion "cells" are formed. These cells act as miniature batteries, feeding the transfer of electrons as long as any oxygen-providing moisture is present.

2. WAXES RETAIN WATER: Most corrosion inhibitors contain sealants such as wax, tar, asphalt, Teflon or silicone that lay on top of the corrosion cell. Because of their thick composition, they cannot remove the electrolyte and may actually seal it in, thereby encouraging corrosion.

How Does Corrosion Block Work?

3. CORROSION BLOCK IS APPLIED: Corrosion Block can be applied by spraying, fogging or simply wiping it on with a shop rag.

4. CORROSION BLOCK PENETRATES THE CORROSION BYPRODUCT: Corrosion Block's ultra-thin formula easily pentrates the entire corrosion cell.

5. CORROSION BLOCK EJECTS THE ELECTROLYTE: The encapsulated and emulsified electrolyte is ejected from the corrosion cell and replaced with Corrosion Block.

6. NO ELECTROLYTE-NO CORROSION: Corrosion Block acts as an insulator, terminating the electrolytic process for 24 months!

Some Corrosion Block Applications

Thermostats, pressure gauges, heat sensors, micro-electronics, switch gears, relays, electrical manifold systems, junction boxes, fuse panels, switches, contactors, connectors and pins, motor operated valves, screw terminals, terminal strips, gear train switches, electric motors, windings, solenoids, starters, discharge fans, fan motors, bearings, UPS circuit boards and terminal connections, power modules, cellular phone circuit boards and antennas, telephone switching equipment, circuit breakers, tank batteries, alternators, generators, electrical enclosures, analyzer housings, start-stop buttons, base radios, remote radios, intercom systems, speakers, central control panels, video monitors, security systems, communication towers, radars, railings, stanchions, copper and aluminum tubing, automatic fire fighting system valves and nozzles, automatic fire sprinkler system heads, valve housing cover bolts, winches, gear boxes, sheaves, pulley cables, blocks, capstans, cross slides and turrets, micrometers and height gauges, mechanized screens, pliers, wrenches, saw blades, drills, vise threads and guides, battery terminals and cases, drill and lathe chucks, turret bearings, air brake actuator, cables and linkages, clarifier arms, spindles and motor bearings, centrifugal and rotary pump diaphragms, sleeves, shafts, seals, impellers, valves, valve stems, diaphragm springs, intake and exhaust valves, all metal moving parts, engine mounts, levers control arms and linkages, shock absorbers, exhaust manifold studs and nuts, brake adjustment screws, automatic choke, carburetor linkages and butterfly, battery cables and terminals, ignition harness, distributor cap, idler pulleys, fans and blowers, bearings in service and shelved, elevator cables, doors, door locks, metallic coupling cards, windows, locks, sliding doors, hinges, crank windows, track assembly bolts, overhead door counter weight springs, window guides, plumbing fixtures, stop cocks, outdoor fixtures, electric signs, air conditioning coils, Freon check valves, sweated fittings, clocks, light bulb sockets, bilge pumps, fishing rod reel seat and roller guides, reels, rusty nuts and bolts, bridge and hand-held radios, running lights, depth sounders and fish finders, horn, fuse panels, circuit breakers, firearms, spark plugs, moisture damaged electronics, tuna towers, trailer lights and springs, bicycles, roller blades, skate boards, RC models, etc.


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