Corrosion Technologies is a fast-growing, Dallas-based company that was formed in February 1988 under the name of Corrosion Block, Inc. to import and distribute an anti-corrosion product used in the general aviation industry. In July 1992, the company changed its name to Corrosion Technologies Corporation to reflect a broader range of endeavor; and, in November 1993, undertook expanded operations as a manufacturer of a complete line of anti-corrosion products and equipment for aviation, marine, automotive, RV, maintenance, industrial, household, agricultural and general purpose uses. The brand names associated with these products are CorrosionX Aviation, CorrosionX, CorrosionX Heavy Duty, CorrosionX for Guns, ReelX and SpeedX. Each very similar, all featuring the latest developments in Polar Bonding and Fluid Thin Film Coating (FTFC) technology, yet unique in their designs for certain applications.
As part of our commitment to the U.S. military's corrosion prevention and control programs, in 2002, Corrosion Technologies developed a space age polymer coating to prevent jet turbine exhaust from damaging paint and causing corrosion on the aluminum skins on military aircraft. This product became known as RejeX for its ability to 'reject' contaminants like love bugs, acid rain, tree sap, hard water stains, UV and bird droppings from vehicle finishes. Today, RejeX can be found on vehicles ranging from the US Navy's largest and most advanced surface ships, to corporate jets and Piper Cubs and from elite race cars, to RVs to soccer moms' minivans.