CorrosionX, the next evolution in effective corrosion prevention, lubrication and penetration for virtually any job BIG or small. Try CorrosionX once we are sure you'll never look back...


Superceeds MIL-PRF-81309F Type II (thru 2014)
Superceeds MIL-C-81309E Type II (thru 2005)

CorrosionX has been on the forefront of the war against rust and corrosion for over 20 years.

Made in the USA, CorrosionX Aviation is qualified under MIL-PRF-81309 Rev. G Type II (replaces MIL-PRF-81309F and MIL-C-81309E) for corrosion prevention and control on airframes — and now, general purpose use as well.

Used extensively by the U.S. military as well as NATO forces, all CorrosionX products and application equipment have been assigned National Stock Numbers (NSN) by the General Services Agency (GSA) and are available for procurement through the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).

To the best of our knowledge, CorrosionX Aviation is the only consumer product currently qualified under MIL-PRF-81309G Type II (this is the current Mil Spec updating MIL-PRF-81309F and MIL-C-81309E) for application to airframes.

Minimal Environmental Impact Product

As of 2017, the volatile organic content (usually abbreviated as VOC or VOCs) of CorrosionX Aviation has been reduced to ZERO. Compare that to other common airframe corrosion inhibitors, which can contain as much as 58% VOC*.

Corrosion X is the only product available to the public that meets the US Navy's tough new corrosion prevention and control performance requirement ( MIL-PRF-81309 G ).

*Source: 2004 Joint Council on Aging Aircraft National Strategy Synopsis Briefing.

U.S. Government's Joint Council on Aging Aircraft

"Properly applied, Corrosion-X with its penetrant, water displacement and corrosion protection properties vitually eliminates the need for operational aircraft electronics dehumidification and its related costs. Profit margin operations such as those of Petroleum Helicopters, Inc. and Chevron Oil who use Corrosion X have eliminated any thoughts of oil rig or flight line dehumidification."
Environmental Protection of Army Aircraft
Military & Scientific Research
American Power Jet Co.

"This is to let you know about the very fine resulats we have obtained since treating our 1967 Cessna 182 with CorrosionX here in San Juan. Although the aircraft is operated exclusively in salty Caribbean environments, it is absolutely corrosion free."
Carlos A. Gual
Caribbean Aircraft Maintenance Treatment Center

"CorrosionX pretreated UH-60 aircraft vs. untreated UH-60 aircraft resulted in a savings of $152,000 per aircraft for refurbishment --- Also, the AH-1 aircraft refurbishments revealed saving so $192,000 per aircraft that were Corrosion-X pretreated."
Gale Rahmoeller and Jim Roberts
Army Aviation magazine