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RE: Tool Box Protection( VCI Paper )

To: "Bill Bennett" <>,
Subject: RE: Tool Box Protection( VCI Paper )
From: "Russel Mack" <>
Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2003 02:58:38 -0500
as handy as the VCI paper is, I'm still leaning toward camphor blocks-- at
least for the toolbox.  Reasoning:  I can easily tell when the camphor
blocks are "used-up".  (They'll disappear.)  Don't know how to make that
judgement with the paper.
Russ, #1226B

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Bennett []
Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2003 11:04 PM
To: Albaugh, Neil; 'Russel Mack'; 'Phillip Landry';
Subject: Re: Tool Box Protection( VCI Paper )

The company I work for ships machined and highly polished parts all over the
world and they are package with what's called "VCI Paper". I have used this
to line the drawers of my tool box and never had a problem. We also receive
machines in that are packaged in large crates. Usually the inside of these
crates are scattered with large bags of Silica Desiccant. We usually just
toss them away. Might be good to place something like in the bottom of the

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