New Shrink Wrap Designed to Protect Metals

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Monday, July 29, 2013
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Engines, accessories, spare parts and other metal equipment are susceptible to rust and corrosion even when well-protected. Shrink wrap supplier Dr. Shrink's new Multimetal ICT Film provides cost-effective and versatile defense against corrosion damage on ferrous and non-ferrous metals in typical shipping and storage conditions.

The new Multimetal ICT Film is an easy-to-use protective film containing proven corrosion inhibiting technology. It's available in 20' x 100', four mil sheets.

The film is intended to be installed as a base layer underneath Dr. Shrink's premium shrink wrap. This combination ensures a durable, weatherproof storage and transportation cover, providing corrosion prevention. If properly packaged and stored, this non-toxic, recyclable ICT film can protect metals for up to five years.

Dr. Shrink's Multimetal ICT Film has a starting price of $142.50.

Dr. Shrink is a full-circle, full-service supplier of premium shrink wrap and all installation supplies and accessories. A Shrinkfast heat tool repair facility, Dr. Shrink has shrink wrap immediately available in widths from 12'-50', as well as adhesives, zipper access doors and venting.

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