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MIL-PRF-16173

This details military packaging requirements as they differ from standard commercial packaging methods. This specification covers solvent-dispersed corrosion preventive compounds that deposit thin, easily removable films after evaporation of solvent. MAC Packaging has perfected MIL-PRF-16173 requirements over the past 40 years and can help you with any questions or needs associated with your government contract.

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Corrosion Preventive Compounds

MIL-PRF-16173 CLASSIFICATION

 SOLVENT-DISPERSED CORROSIVE PREVENTIVE COMPOUNDS

MIL-PRF-16173  corrosive preventive compounds covered by this specification are furnished in the following grades and classes.

The classes of the corrosion preventive compounds are designated by Class I (High volatile organic compounds (VOC) or Class II (Low VOC) . The grades of the corrosion preventive compound are :Grade 1-Hard film,Grade 2-soft film, Grade 3- water displacing, soft film, Grade 4-Transparent, non tacky film,  and Grade 5 Low pressure steam removable film.

Our team of experts will help you identify what is required to be in compliance with MIL-PRF-16173.

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