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ARTICLE (May 11, 2013)
Rust Busters
Written by Peter Buxbaum
Source: MLF 2013 Volume: 7 Issue: 2 (March)
Corrosion impacts the U.S. military on multiple fronts. Maintenance is affected by the increased costs over the life cycle of an asset. It impacts readiness when an asset is not in condition to meet a required mission. Safety is impacted when deterioration resulting from corrosion brings the asset to a condition where it is no longer safe to use.... more

ARTICLE (October 4, 2012)
Envelop Reel Cover Weathers Hurricane Isaac
Several months ago Shield Technologies worked with one of the major Oil and Gas companies to design and provide an Envelop Protective Cover for one of their coil tubing reels in Port Fourchon, Louisiana... more

Introducing the ENVELOP MAGNUM SERIES Protective Cover
Shield Technologies announces the launch of their newest corrosion protective cover that is 35% lighter and provides the same superior corrosion protection... more

DDG Class Sliding Padeye (Kingpost) Cover Upgrade
Shield Technologies announces that their DDG Class Sliding Padeye (Kingpost) Cover has been replaced by an improved cover design... more

ARTICLE (November 6, 2010)
LRC News & Views
The National Maintenance Branch, Logistics and Engineering Operations (LEO) Di-rectorate, clearly recognized that communications shelters and containerized systems are being exposed to adverse environmental conditions during long periods of time while improperly stored in LBE, resulting in significant and costly repairs. Through the guidance of the LRC Director, the National Maintenance Branch undertook an in depth course of discovery to analyze several potential and viable solutions that may resolve this critical issue. One of the initiatives under study for potential implementation is the use of Envelop Protective Covers, manufactured by Shield Technologies Corporation in Chicago, Illinois... more

NEWS RELEASE (September 13, 2010)
USS McFaul (DDG 74) First to Receive Navy's New Anti-Corrosion Measure
Representatives from the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and the Surface Ship Life Cycle Management (SSLCM) Activity installed the first full ship set of new anti-corrosion equipment covers on board USS McFaul (DDG 74) at Naval Station Norfolk, Sept. 13.... more

NEWS RELEASE (May, 2010)
Topside Cover-ups
The Navy estimates an investment of $10 million annually in a product line of protective covers for topside equipment has the potential to save more than $40 million annually - a conservative estimate - in corrosion control on its ships, according to Rear Adm. James P. McManamon, deputy for surface warfare at Naval Sea Systems Command... more

NEWS RELEASE (June 10, 2009)
Oregon National Guard Chooses ENVELOP
One of the first National Guard units to be fielded with the U.S. Army's new M119A2 105mm towed howitzer has chosen ENVELOP Protective Covers as its first line of defense against exposure to ravaging elements and environmental degradation... more

NEWS RELEASE (April 23, 2009)
ENVELOP Protects Topside Exercise Equipment
Recently Shield Technologies Corporation answered a call from the U.S. Navy's cruiser USS ANZIO to protect a piece of newly installed exercise equipment... more

NEWS RELEASE (April 23, 2009)
ENVELOP Goes Down Under
ENVELOP Protective Covers is experiencing a well-recognized presence aboard warships the world over. The industry-leading environmental protection covers for vital equipment assets are now the only approved soft, flexible cover for use on U.S. Navy surface combatants, and can be procured through the Federal Supply System... more

NEWS RELEASE (April 23, 2009)
CRAM Operators: ENVELOP Covers "Critical"
The U.S. Army has deployed the Raytheon Close-In Weapons Support (CIWS) system in a land-based version, designated as the Counter Rocket, Artillery & Mortar (CRAM) system. The guns are integral to the defense of targets in Iraq and Afghanistan against terrorist-launched rockets and mortars... more

NEWS RELEASE (April 23, 2009)
U.S. Air Force Validates ENVELOP Performance
The U.S. Air Force recently released a report detailing results of a yearlong study that independently validates the superior performance of ENVELOP Protective Covers in preventing corrosion for Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE)... more

NEWS RELEASE (April 23, 2009)
Marine Veteran Hired for Military Markets Ground Team
Shield Technologies Corporation is pleased to announce that Andy Parks is now part of its Military Markets ground team... more

NEWS RELEASE (March 25, 2008)
Military-Grade ENVELOP® Covers Protect Drilling Equipment From the Elements
High-tech protective covers reduce equipment corrosion by as much as 90 percent; saving long-term costs and repairs... more

NEWS RELEASE (February 25, 2008)
Shield Technologies Answers the Call for Marines in Iraq
Deployed U.S. Marine Corps units recently called for increased protection of its valuable combat assets subjected to the harsh environmental conditions of the Iraq theater of operations... more

NEWS RELEASE (November 27, 2007)
U.S. Navy Approves Use of Operational ENVELOP® Covers for CIWS
Complete set of high-tech, next-generation protective covers to be part of all new U.S. Navy ship construction... more

NEWS RELEASE (November 2, 2007)
U.S. Marine Corps Selects ENVELOP® Covers for Howitzers and HIMARS
Next-generation protective covers improve military readiness by reducing corrosion, requiring less maintenance... more


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