In his paper Dr. Ilarslan, states that “False alarms (FA’s)” impose a devastating impact on military systems.
SuperCorr-A is a non-flammable product that was developed specially to prevent avionic as well as electrical and electronic components and systems failures caused by corrosion, including “False Alarm and No Fault Found failures”, as well as problems caused by Cadmium corrosion.
SuperCorr-A is a proprietary Ultra-Thin Film, Water Displacing Lubricant and Corrosion Preventative Compound, manufactured by Enviro Tech Europe, Ltd., in England.
SuperCorr-A conforms to U.S. military Mil-DTL-87177 B (Supersedes Mil-L-87177A) and exceeds Mil-L 81309 F specifications.
SuperCorr-A is not a wax or oil based product and is formulated without sulfates, chlorides or halogens.
SuperCorr-A inhibits corrosion caused by exposure to both fresh and salt water moisture as well as the corrosive vapors from Sulfur dioxide (SO2), Nitrogen dioxide (NO2), Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Ammonia (NH3), and Chlorine (CL12) gases found in numerous environments such as aircraft/airline and the marine industry as well.
SuperCorr-A is being used on both military and civilian aircraft to prevent fretting and other types of corrosion on avionics, electronic and electrical connectors including Boeing-737's, DHC-6 Twin Otter, Bell helicopters, Bombardier BD-700 series and Bombardier Challenger 300/350, Learjet 45, Legacy 650, F-16, C-130, P-3 Orion, F-15, and the Hawker to name but a few.
SuperCorr-A is also being used at BAE Systems, Honeywell, General Electric Gas Turbines, and Raytheon Systems to prevent corrosion from causing avionic, electronics, and electrical systems and components failures.
You’d also be interested in the attached the abstract of David Horne’s paper
“Electrical Connector Corrosion Prevention Improves Reliability, Reduces maintenance Man-Hours, Increases Mission Capable Rate, and Reduces Costs.”
While David Horne’s paper focus is about the F-16 and F-15 his paper equally applies to all military and civilian aircraft avionic and, electronics, electrical systems and components as well as marine and land forces and vehicles
The full paper is on our web site at: