Cortec’s BioPad earns USDA Certified Biobased content label

BioPad became yet another name in a long line of Cortec corrosion solutions to become a USDA Certified Biobased Product.

BioPad  became yet another name in a long line of Cortec corrosion solutions to become a USDA Certified Biobased Product. 
BioPad  is now able to display a unique USDA label that highlights its percentage of biobased content. This is the portion of a product that comes from a renewable source, such as plant, animal, marine, or forestry feedstocks. In the case of BioPad, which contains 58% USDA certified biobased content, this includes byproducts of corn processing. 
By utilising renewable, biobased materials such as these, companies like Cortec  are able to displace the need for non-renewable petroleum-based chemicals.
“We applaud Cortec  Corporation for earning the USDA Certified Biobased Product label,” said Kate Lewis, USDA BioPreferred  Programme.
“Products from Cortec  Corporation are contributing to an ever-expanding marketplace that adds value to renewable agriculture commodities, creates jobs in rural communities, and decreases our reliance on petroleum,” she said.
BioPad  is a unique flexible corrosion inhibiting device constructed from biobased non-woven material, providing a sustainable packaging option for corrosion inhibition. Its high VpCI  concentration, in combination with a thin design, results in material reduction by up to 94% in comparison to similar polyurethane foam emitting devices.
BioPad  is easy to use. Simply placing the correct size BioPad into your package will allow metal items to be protected. Vapour phase Corrosion Inhibitors infused throughout the non-woven substrate will vapourise and fill the enclosed package or space, forming an invisible protective molecular layer on the metal surfaces. Parts protected with BioPad  are always ready for use; no degreasing or coating removal is required; just remove the item from the package and put to use.
BioPad  is an excellent complement to VpCI  -126 Film where a high density of Vapour phase Corrosion Inhibitors is needed to quickly saturate the inside of a package. It can be used alone or combined with other materials in countless applications:
*Shipping and storage of auto parts;
*In-process protection for crates or racks of gears going in and out of climate-controlled QC labs;
*Efficient, no-residue protection for internals of LNG tanks being shipped overseas; and
*And just about any enclosed application you can think of for metals protection.-- Tradearabia News Service