Cable Supplier Golden Gate Bridge
Shipping a massive, expensive and one-of-a-kind component from China to San Francisco posed challenges for a supplier in China. See how ARMOR’s VCI materials helped eliminate rust, save money and assure a successful shipment and fix to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Continental Transmission Components
Continental was utilizing a competitor’s rust prevention process and continued to experience rust problems on their transmission components. ARMOR helped eliminate the rust issues and saved Continental over $1 million by replacing the old process with ARMOR WRAP VCI paper.
Cummins Engine Blocks & Heads
ARMOR worked with the CEP Cummins Engine Plant to develop a better rust prevention solution for it’s engine blocks/engine heads. Read how ARMOR products saved Cummins costs and labor:
A large export packager had previously used oils and liquids to prevent rust in their packaging and shipping process. The oils and liquids caused major issues with shipping companies as well as with their customers. See how ARMOR helped them out.
Ford Motor Company
Ford was experiencing rust on their steel transmission hubs due to placing warm parts in a competitor’s VCI bag creating a “greenhouse effect”. ARMOR’s rust prevention solution and recommended process changes helped save Ford thousands.
ARMOR Vietnam developed a rust prevention solution for Fujico who was experiencing rust on brakes while using a competitor’s VCI paper. See how ARMOR WRAP 30G and ARMOR’s support helped solve the rust issue:
GKN Drive Shafts
ARMOR worked with GKN to implement a rust prevention solution using a DEFENDER VCI bag eliminating rust issues they were experiencing on drive shafts that were caused by using an inferior VCI bag.
GKN shipped auto parts to Chrysler Mexico and was experiencing severe rust issues due to the amount of water contained inside the powder metal. With thousands of rusty parts potentially lost, read how ARMOR’s Metal Rescue® saved GKN thousands of dollars.
Global Pump Company
For suppliers in the oil and gas industry, it would seem like oil would be a natural rust preventative. Read how ARMOR helped a major oil and gas supplier switch to safe, clean and easy rust prevention.
GM Saturn Plant
GM needed long-term storage for approximately 30,000 engines that required dry packaging free of additional oils. Read how ARMOR’s rust prevention solution of a DEFENDER bag, ARMOR WRAP and desiccant provided rust free engines for over 7 years:
Read how ARMOR helped change the way this John Deere plant protected metal components during shipping and storage to South America and export locations. Deere went from a labor-intensive and messy process of oiling to ARMOR VCI Nanotechnology™ products that are clean, safe and easy.
Scrapping parts is costly. Attempting to de-rust them with acids is dangerous for personnel and the metal surface. Thanks to ARMOR’s Metal Rescue® Rust Remover Bath, this Linamar plant was able to save over 3,000 parts and get their customer back up and running.
Mold storage can be a costly, messy and time-consuming process. There are challenges with the heat of the molds that make it even more problematic. Read how ARMOR WRAP® VCI Paper was able to save this manufacturer $42,000 in their storage of extrusion molds.
Nuclear Power Plant
One of the largest nuclear facilities in the world was using oil to prevent rust on critical and sensitive parts. The application was messy, time consuming and exposed workers to hazardous chemicals. Read how ARMOR China helped them convert to safe, clean and easy rust preventative solutions using ARMOR VCI packaging saving them millions of dollars.
Plastics Processing Equipment
Using a thick oil that was applied to extrusion barrels valued between $8K-$150K per unit, this company fought rust on every shipment. Read how ARMOR converted them over 15 years ago to a dry rust preventative solution using ARMOR WRAP® VCI Paper thus saving them thousands if not millions over that last decade and one-half.