BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY makes the CorrosionX line different, and better, than any other lubricant / penetrant / corrosion inhibitor product made.
Corrosion Technologies has been a trusted resource for the general aviation community, as well as airframe manufacturers and the U.S. armed forces, for well over a decade. Our flagship product, CorrosionX Aviation, has evolved over time with the ever increasing demands for better corrosion control measures in the aviation industry. Today, CorrosionX is the only product available to the general public that meets the U.S. Navy’s tough, new performance requirement for corrosion prevention and control. Boeing Part No.: RMO 16679, Pratt & Whitney Part No.: PWC15-011, Cessna Spec: CSNPO38, Type 9A.
- CorrosionX Aviation
CorrosionX Aviation takes corrosion control to a new level. Featuring the latest advances in Fluid Thin Film Coating (FTFC) Technology, it is specially designed to displace moisture, stop corrosion instantly and provide long-lasting protection.
- CorrosionX HD
CorrosionX Heavy Duty is for super long-term protection against serious rust and corrosion assault. For those really tough jobs where you need the ultimate protection against moisture, the answer is new CorrosionX Heavy Duty.
RejeX is a thin-film polymer coating designed to provide a high-release surface, this very thin film – less than a micron thick – reduces the adhesion of common contaminants such as exhaust, bugs, oil, tree sap, bird droppings, road grime, dust, etc, that can leave stains.
- Xtreme Clean
- Handi Spray
For the application of CorrosionX Aviation, CorrosionX, CorrosionX Heavy Duty and other liquids. The Handi-Spray application systems were designed to atomize CorrosionX into an incredibly fine, smoke-like fog.
Max Wax is a tough, synthetic wax-based, resilient corrosion inhibitor barrier coating that provides long-term protection for metal surfaces. Excellent for protecting underwater cables, submersible pumps and running gear on ocean going vessels.
Corrosion: A Growing Problem For All Aircraft According to FAA statistics, the average general aviation aircraft is more than 30 years old. As airplanes get older,the likelihood that they suffer from airframe corrosion increases dramatically. The symptoms may not be noticeable until the damage is done!
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CorrosionX Aviation - I’ve been in Florida for many years and have seen a lot of aircraft with severe corrosion that would end up as scrap without CorrosionX. I’ve treated more than 100 airplanes with the product over the last three years, and I know it does everything that’s claimed. We don’t buy a lot of other lubes or chemicals because CorrosionX does it all with better and longer- lasting results.
Edd Switlik - Switlik Aviation Maintenance