According to Army Aviation Magazine, CorrosionX Aviation was applied to half the Black Hawk helicopters and half the Cobras that were bound for a certain desert deployment. Upon refurbishing the aircraft when they returned state-side, each treated helicopter cost an average of $172,000 less to repair corrosion damage than each untreated aircraft. Total saving to the Army was in excess of $4 million.
Under direction of the Army, a well-respected private research firm conducted an extensive study on environ-mental protection of Army aircraft. The conclusion of the study was a recommendation that the Army use CorrosionX to protect all its aircraft. According to the study, first-year savings to the Army would be more than $69 million – on an investment in CorrosionX and Spray equipment of less than $1 million.
So, whether it’s a Cessna 150 or a C-130, CorrosionX is the product proven in the real world to protect your aircraft and preserve your investment. Think of it as the termite exterminator for your aircraft.