Corrosion Inhibitor

Rust-Free VCI Protection for Your Metal Parts and Products

From the long term storage of automotive service parts to withstanding severe shipping conditions, Boselon® has proven successful in rust prevention for the past 50 years.

Your business needs the world’s first and best vapor corrosion inhibitors — and its easy-to-use packaging — so that your metal parts arrive at their destination rust and corrosion free. No worries, no turmoil and no more headaches.

Solve Your Rust Issues Now

Your Rust
Issues Now

100% Customer Satisfaction


Global, Hands-On Support


Fastest Working Corrosion Protection

Fastest Working

Long-Term Protection During Shipping & Storage

During Shipping
& Storage

User-Friendly Packaging + Custom Design

Packaging +
Custom Design

Parts Arriving with Rust Cause Headaches and Slow Production

Your day is ruined when you learn that your shipped metal parts or products with metal surfaces arrived at their destination with rust and corrosion. You’re frustrated, angry, and embarrassed. You need corrosion protection strategies that work!

It’s time to rely on the world’s first and best vapor corrosion inhibitor so you can put the problem of rust and corrosion behind you.

Solve your rust problem with the proven solution that already exists.

Rust doesn’t just take a toll on your metal parts and products. It damages your company’s reputation and your bottom line. Boselon® was the first vapor corrosion inhibitor product in the automotive market and it continues to provide the best form of rust prevention designed for any automotive need. From transmission parts to engine parts to stampings and beyond, any automotive part that needs to be rust-free during shipment or storage is safest when wrapped in Boselon® film.

Solve your rust problem with the proven solution that already exists.
BOSELON’s® Corrosion Inhibitors are Trusted and Reliable

Boselon’s® Corrosion Inhibitors are Trusted and Reliable


Over 80% market share in Japan

Operates in the United States and 11 other countries
Fastest working corrosion protection
Stock and custom sizes are available
Excellent cost performance

Boselon® Characteristics

Boselon® 103 is a VCI film developed for use with cast iron, iron and other ferrous metals. It is also effective with galvanized steel and aluminum as well, but really shows its strengths when packaging metals that are highly susceptible to rust.
Boselon® 507 is a VCI film developed for use with iron, galvanized steel and aluminum. It is a perfect match for large metal stamped parts, where it is effective in preventing rust as well as keeping costs down.

Boselon® is at Your Service with Expert Personal Support

Step 1

Tell Us Your Rust Problem or Need

Your Boselon® representative can help with an existing rust issue or work with you on VCI film and rust prevention packaging for future projects.

Step 2

BOSELON®’s Engineers the Solution

Boselon®’s corrosion protection specialists will work diligently to find the perfect rust prevention packaging products to meet your needs while providing custom designs that take into account your shipping and storage requirements.

Step 3

100% Customer Satisfaction

Boselon®’s quality VCI products are the most trusted and dependable for clients in the United States as well as for global customers.
Step 4

Rust Worries Disappear

Boselon®’s unique properties combined with their specialists’ know-how will solve your rust issues — for good!
Powerful Eco-conscious Desiccant SUNDRY-II

Powerful Eco-conscious Desiccant SUNDRY-II

Sundry-II is a powerful desiccant agent that uses natural and recycled materials which results in a sustainable low environmental impact. Sundry-II boasts a moisture absorption rate of 4-7 times that of silica gel. This is a result of moisture being absorbed and transformed into gel which prevents liquefaction. This also prevents absorbed moisture from leaking back into the sealed environment as can be the case with other desiccants.

In addition to all of these advantages, Sundry-II is very visual, showing the level of absorption at-a-glance.

Boselon® is at Your Service with Expert Personal Support

When was BOSELON® created?

Aicello Corporation introduced Boselon® as the world’s first Volatile Corrosion Inhibiting film in 1969. It has a proven track record of more than half a century of being the ideal rust prevention packaging method for metals. It can withstand severe shipping conditions and meet long-term storage needs.

Where is AICELLO Corporation located?

Aicello Corporation’S American headquarters is in Princeton, New Jersey. There is also an office located in Dublin, Ohio. In addition, Aicello has offices in Asia, Europe and other parts of North America.

Boselon’s® market share is growing in the United States. Boselon® has more than an 80% market share in Japan and is used by most Japanese automotive original equipment manufacturers.

How does corrosion occur?

In the presence of an electrolyte such as moisture, an oxidation reaction takes place on the energized area of the metal surface to elute metal as an ion (anode).

A reduction reaction takes place on the low energy area of the metal surface to reduce hydrogen ions and oxygen ions (cathode).

On the metal surface, (1) oxidation of an anode and (2) reduction of a cathode proceed at equal rates to cause corrosion. Normally, corrosion of metal occurs in the anode.

How do corrosion inhibitors function?

Ionized corrosion inhibitors absorb on anode and cathode areas of the metal surface to form a molecular membrane.

While preventing oxidation of anodes and reduction of cathodes, the corrosion inhibiting molecular membrane denies electrolytes (moisture) access to the metal, thus inhibiting corrosion.

How does BOSELON® film prevent rust and corrosion?

The volatile corrosion inhibitors encapsulated in Boselon® continuously vaporize from the polyethylene film. It forms an active protective molecular membrane on the metal surface and effectively prevents the formation of rust.

What types of metal does BOSELON® best protect?

Boselon® VCI products are specifically designed to effectively work on cast iron, iron, galvanized steel, aluminum and copper.

Are there industries best suited for BOSELON® film?

Yes, Boselon’s® corrosion inhibitor VCI is frequently used in the automotive, linear rail, heavy machinery, foundry and casting, metal stamping, and international export industries. It’s ideal for use on automated packaging lines.

Are there multiple BOSELON® VCI products?

Yes, clients can choose from a variety of film grades based upon the type of metal and its application. Metals include cast iron, iron, galvanized steel, aluminum and copper.

Does BOSELON® offer specialized VCI packaging options?

Yes, Boselon® offers optimal VCI packaging solutions to meet its clients’ diverse needs. Material forms include flat bags, gusted bags, square bottom bags, individually cut sheets, and both perforated and non-perforated rolls. Please let your rust prevention specialist know if you need another form.

How do BOSELON® clients immediately know if their orders arrived without rust and corrosion?

Boselon’s® clear film enables clients to visually inspect the contents of the metal products upon arrival. There is no need to open the sealed environment and expose the products to the elements. Clients can confidently use the product for immediate production or place them in long-term storage.

Is BOSELON® cost efficient for its clients?

Boselon’s® high quality VCI film and packaging reduces its clients’ total costs. Its corrosion inhibition and packaging are completed in a single process, which minimizes labor costs and maximizes productivity. In addition, with Boselon®, there is no rust so there are no frustrating expenses for disrupted production schedules, replacement costs and third-party audits.

Is BOSELON® film recyclable?

Yes, Boselon® films are recyclable.

Does BOSELON® have a Technical Center?

Yes, the Boselon® Technical Center is a dedicated facility where Aicello continues the research and development practices that brought the world Boselon®. The center is continually improving the Boselon® product while adding additional grades for each industry and use.

In more detail, what is BOSELON®’s corrosion inhibiting system?

The volatile corrosion inhibitors encapsulated in BOSELON® vaporize from the film continuously. These inhibitors condense and form an active protective molecular membrane of corrosion inhibitors on the metal surface.

If moisture condensation occurs inside of a package, vaporized corrosion inhibitors are readily absorbed in the moisture, yielding a corrosion inhibiting effect.

When humid air from outside of the package permeates through the film, encapsulated corrosion inhibitors in the film are absorbed by the moisture. The moisture containing the corrosion inhibitors condenses on the metal surfaces and forms a protective film.