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.
3. THE ACF 50 IS FOGGED INTO THE AIRFRAME: The recommended way to apply ACF-50 is to use a specially-designed high pressure pump system to convert it into a dense fog.
4. ACF 50 PENETRATES THE CORROSION BYPRODUCT: ACF-50's ultra-thin formula easily penetrates the entire corrosion cell.
5. ACF 50 EJECTS THE ELECTROLYTE:
The encapsulated and emulsified electrolyte is ejected from the corrosion cell and replaced with ACF 50.
6. NO ELECTROLYTE-NO CORROSION:
The ACF50 acts as an insulator, terminating the electrolytic process for 24 months!
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