The Intercept Technology™ is a family of products, all utilizing the same technology. Intercept Technology™ is a more generic term; all of the Intercept Products (Static Intercept® / Corrosion Intercept® / RIBS MVTR / RIBS Ultra) have the long term, contamination free corrosion protection, with Static Intercept® having the best, most robust corrosion protection as well as the ESD protection.
The AT product line and the coated ESD corrugate do not contain Intercept and are not designed as anti-corrosion products, however they do not promote or cause corrosion.
Specification and Standards that Intercept complies to:
- LORS 338 - Intercept Australia supply to Australian Defence
- Australian Defence Standard DEF (AUST)1000C Part 3 for preservation packaging.
- English MOD standard Def Stan 81-41 Part 2, methods 1 and 1C & Def Stan 81-41 Part 1A and 11 corrosion protection.
- American United States MIL-P-116 Intercept film minimum 150µm protect material against environment induced corrosion and deterioration, physical and mechanical damage
- MIL-PRF81705D packaging of microcircuits, sensitive semiconductor devices, sensitive resistors, and associated higher assemblies
- Mil-Prf-131K Heat sealable greaseproof. Flexible barrier material having low water vapour transmission characteristics for military packaging
- Rolls Royce Rationalised Process Specification RPS 367 corrosion protection.
- Boeing Qualification for ESD Safe and Corrosion Inhibiting Packaging Material
- Raytheon acceptance Static and Corrosion preservation
- Alcatel-Lucent X Specification X21386 static and corrosion preservation
- Intel packaging and crating specification static and corrosion preservation.
- General Electric ITN 54750.xx Corrosion Inhibiting Packaging Material.
- TechnipFMC Intercept long term packaging procedure ECN 1273908
- Cameron Engineering specification AAIL-0650
- Woodside Intercept conforms to ESFP W1000SG9598379 packaging.
- NOV Technical Specification (Delayed and On-Hold Procedure QC/SCM).
- Atlas Copco Preservation Packaging ,Storage for Extreme Site environment.
- BHP Compliant Supply Packaging ,Transportation and Storage of Good for Fixed Plant
- Westrac CAT packaging Compliant Supply Anti-Corrosion Packaging
- Komasu packaging Compliant Supply Anti-Corrosion Packaging
- SKF packaging Compliant Supply Anti-Corrosion Packaging
- BMA packaging Compliant Supply Anti-Corrosion Packaging
- FMG Warehouse Storage –Critical Materials Protection
- Roy Hill Intercept Intercept conforms to PMASS 100RH-0000-PS-SPC-2001 specification
- VW Intercept accepted into Volkswagen world-wide packaging regulations.
- Bosch Intercept accepted into Volkswagen world-wide packaging regulations
- FORD FCSD-E ATR Packing Specification
- Intercept meets TRGS-615 Technical Rule for Hazardous Substances 615 Restrictions on the use of anti-corrosion agents including VCI’S whose use can lead to the formation of N-nitrosamines (TRGS 615).
- Intercept meets the GADSL Requirements A substance designated “D” must be declared if it exceeds the defined threshold limits. Intercept meets the threshold.
- ABB Europe and Australia turbines and global spares
- NDC Geothermal Philippines turbines Compliant Supply Anti-Corrosion Packaging Log term preservation
- EGAT Thailand turbines Compliant Supply Anti-Corrosion Packaging Log term preservation
- Andriz Hydroelectric equipment Compliant Supply Anti-Corrosion Packaging Log term preservation
- Siemens Europe and Australia motors and turbines
- Curtis Wright nuclear power equipment long term preservation
- GE Australia turbines, rotors and stater preservation
- Sheffield Museum
- National Botanical Archives USA
- National Archives of USA
- Royal Mint of England & Royal Australian Mint: Use CI Laminated Foam, die cut for Coin Set Casings
- Guggenheim Museum have used CI for wrapping bronze sculptures
- National Gallery (Smithsonian) uses CI film as backing for artwork (a majority of contaminants were coming in through the walls)
- Philadelphia Museum of Art uses CI film to store objects and paintings (and also for transportation)
- Getty Museum uses bags and film for object storage
- Boston Museum of Fine Arts uses CI film for packaging objects (they also line display cases with the film
- Colonial Williamsburg Foundation has lined display and storage cases with CI film to protect predominantly silver objects
- The Harvard Museum has purchased bags for storage of fabrics and metallic threaded garments
- Kew Gardens Archives has tested the CD inserts manufactured out of Corrosion Intercept and shown that they are effective protection for long term storage of CD's Minneapolis Museum of Art uses CI film and bags for objects storage
- The Victoria & Albert Museum is testing the AFFS system, using Intercept for Jewellery protection
- Museum of Modern Art: Protecting art works
- Indianapolis Museum: Protecting sculptures
- Japan Museum (Katotech): Protecting artifacts
- Tate Gallery: Protecting digital data
- Kew Gardens (UK): Protecting digital data and seeds
- Birmingham Museum: Static Intercept for silver object preservation
- Buckingham Palace: Static Intercept for Monarch’s silver jewellery collection
- Fine Arts Express: Artifacts storage and for collection logistics
- National Museum of Australia: Using Intercept Foam Filtration in Showcases and Intercept CI zip-lock bags for various objects
- National Gallery of Australia: Use Intercept Translucent Rolls and Intercept Stretch film for preservation of Artworks and objects in storage and Intercept Translucent tube rolls for storage of larger artifacts
- Powerhouse Museum (Australia): Intercept Translucent Rolls and Intercept Foam pads (passive) for lining Display Cases containing Jewellery and making in-house bags for collection storage items
- National Gallery of Victoria: Preservation of silver artifacts in storage and in Display Cases, using Intercept Translucent film
- Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery: Preservation of metal & wood models using CI Translucent Film and CI Foam
- WA Museum: Intercept Translucent film for preservation of delicate embroidered fabric objects
- International Conservation Services (Sydney): Preservation for silver and decorative arts objects in Display Cases, using Intercept Foam
- Fremantle Prison Museum: Preservation of various old prison objects e.g., leg chains
- New Norcia Benedictine Museum: Preserving fabic garments (as old as 1640AD) and silver & gold objects in display cases and in storage. Using CI Foam & CI Copper Film
- Artlab Australia: Intercept zip-lock bags for historical badges and jewellery items
- Endangered Heritage: Intercept copper films are layered in their cloth support boards
- Queensland Museum: CI Opaque & CI Foam
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