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LiloTree's Lilo-BL Increases Corrosion Protection

Corrosion inhibitor barrier layer is nanoengineered to help prevent corrosion on nickel, copper and silver surfaces.

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LiloTree’s Lilo-BL is a corrosion inhibitor barrier layer that is nanoengineered to help prevent corrosion on nickel, copper and silver surfaces. According to the company, it offers extended corrosion resistance, longer shelf life of nickel surfaces, high resistance to pitting and flaking, and more protection from high temperatures. It is said that it also offers resistance to mechanical wear and helps protect metals underneath.

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