Purveyors of Fine Silver and Jewelry Understand How Important it is to Protect Their Products from the Harmful Effects of Corrosive Gases

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Manufacturers and vendors of silver and jewelry items want their products to remain in excellent condition until it reaches the customer. New developments in Anti-Tarnish Technology, now allow long-term product protection for precious metals.

Silver, a common metal for flatware, hollowware and jewelry tarnishes very easily. Companies manufacturing or selling products made of silver have a stake in ensuring the product remains sparkling and tarnish free until it reaches the final consumer.

Not long ago, it was difficult for these companies to ensure the product condition remained pristine. With corrosive gases prevalent in the environment, silver items and other precious metals like copper, bronze and tin, often quickly became corroded or tarnished.

There was a strong need for anti tarnish products that could protect these metals no matter what the conditions. Lucent Technology/Bell Labs invented the Intercept Technology™ when they were attempting to solve issues they were experiencing with tarnishing and corrosion. Recognizing a wider application for jewelry, anti-tarnish strips and tabs became available for purveyors of silver and other precious metals.

Intercept Silver & Jewelry Care Co. is now the worldwide distributor of the Authentic Intercept Technology™ based anti-corrosion and anti tarnish products for the silver and jewelry industries.

"The Intercept Technology™ products work so effectively because the anti tarnish strips, tabs and paper contain reactive materials that react with and neutralize corrosive gases that contact the film, leaving the item it is protecting intact and clean," comments Marc Rothenberg from Intercept Silver & Jewelry Care Co.

"Companies such as the British Royal Mint, Raytheon and the Guggenheim Museum (among many others) trust the science behind the Intercept Technology™ and its various products. These and other Intercept Technology™ products, especially designed for jewelry, are spreading through the silver and jewelry industries. In addition, many of the suppliers to America's biggest home shopping companies are using the anti tarnish products to protect the silver items they sell," Rothenberg further explains.

Although well suited to manufacturers and vendors of precious metal items, any consumer searching for a way to protect their precious metals can use these anti tarnish tabs and strips. Highly effective and long lasting, consumers can trust that the science behind the Intercept Technology™ products will keep their precious metals looking beautiful for years to come.

About Intercept Silver & Jewelry Care Company:

Intercept Silver & Jewelry Care Company is authorized worldwide distributor of authentic Intercept Technology™ anti-corrosion and anti tarnish products for the silver and jewelry industries.

The anti tarnish products incorporate Corrosion Intercept® and Static Intercept®, Lucent Technologies Bell Labs patented polymers that react with and permanently neutralize corrosive gases that lead to corrosion and tarnishing of metals, both precious metals as well as other metals used in silver and jewelry products.

Their goal is to provide Intercept Technology™ based anti tarnish products along with prompt, professional and courteous service to all their valued customers. Whether a manufacturer based in Asia, a wholesaler from Europe, or a retailer or consumer situated in the Americas or across the globe, Intercept shares a passion for premium metal protection.

At Intercept Silver & Jewelry Care Company, The Authentic Corrosion Intercept® and Static Intercept® are available throughout their entire anti-tarnish product line. They offer all customers the finest in anti tarnish packaging and storage systems as well as custom products for manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers.

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