To continue my series of household applications using Intercept to protect my personal belongings from rust/corrosion, mold and mildew, I present to you my backyard “Tent of Meeting”. Liberty Packaging sells Intercept packaging to numerous companies in the United States for the protection of their industrial goods. Intercept has allowed many manufacturers to ship and store products safely anywhere in the world. Due to my experimentation and success with home use of Intercept for unusual applications, I daresay I’ll soon be Intercept’s best proponent.
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Posted by Elaine Spitz on Aug 9, 2012 10:10:00 AM
New Product Release
Introducing Intercept Industrial Slide Zipper Pouch for Corrosion Protection
Convenience in barrier packaging is uncomplicated with the new Intercept Industrial Slide Zipper Pouches. Designed to handle the harsh salt-air conditions for parts storage on oil derricks, this heavy duty barrier Intercept protection can protect materials such as all metals, electronics, fabrics, rubbers, and even other plastics, from degradation due to the corrosive air.
Posted by Elaine Spitz on Jul 24, 2012 10:12:00 PM
Some of our Intercept Technology colleagues recently participated in the construction of a new stable for the expansion of the Hohenroda-Mansbach Arhöna, which is a sanctuary for rescued horses in Germany.
I follow the writings of marketing whiz Chris Brogan on a regular basis. Chris calls one phase of his business "Human Business Works", a title which resonates greatly with the way we think at Liberty Packaging. It's about doing what we can to help the customer and his or her business thrive. There are many like-minded folks in the business world whom we're delighted to count as colleagues and customers - they, too, feel the responsibility.
Today's post by intrepid and well-traveled blogger Albert Greenhut of Engineered Materials Inc., Chicago, IL
Kimberley, South Africa (home to the original DeBeers mine) was the second city in the world to have electricity, first installed in 1881. South Africa, more specifically Johannesburg, is now in an interesting position regarding electricity.
Fast forward to today. South Africa is the biggest consumer of electricity on the African continent, at 215 billion kWh (kilowatt hours) consumed each year, twice as much as Egypt consumes, 104 billion kWh, as of 2011. With an ever growing population and the biggest economic engine in Africa, these demands are surely on the rise.
Our colleages in South Africa, Rhino Plastics, put together this music video (Daily Motion link below) that subtly, though impressively, shows the importance of Intercept Technology heavy duty barrier packaging for the prevention of corrosion.
As we approach the warmer, moister summer months, when corrosion is more prevalent, let’s address this simple question: “what is corrosion?” I spent an evening browsing the web for corrosion definitions, some were specific, some in the middle with regard to complexity, and some broader and more profound. Here are two of my favorites:
Posted by Elaine Spitz on Jun 18, 2012 1:55:00 PM
We recently exhibited Intercept Technology Packaging at MFG4 in Hartford, CT, an event hosted and produced by SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineers), which provided a bird's eye view of amazing and innovative technology in the fields of medicine, aerospace, defense and energy.
....because for a guitarist, touching strings is personal.
If you have been in the music equipment business for any length of time, you may know of the copper Corrosion Intercept string bag pictured at left. Intercept Technology is a Bell Labs innovation which protects products from rust and corrosion, mold and mildew, and static charges. Intercept enables this protection while not releasing any volatile chemicals. Your products inside Intercept will remain fresh and your customers and employees are assured not to have complex chemicals on their fingers from playing your strings or in their lungs from inhaling.
According to Spaulding, Dr. Dunn explained why the focus on "going GREAN" is important: