Spectacle frames of non-corrosive white metal, not steel, are the proper sort.
Platinum is unquestionably the best known material, on account of its non-corrosive and heat-resisting qualities.
Some stoves are made with tips of aluminum or other non-corrosive metal over the openings in the burner (Fig. 40).
The floors and walls of urinal apartments must be lined with similar non-absorbent and non-corrosive material.
Other non-corrosive poisons cause acute degeneration of the stomach wall (see Poisons).
This requirement also has been met in the non-corrosive forms of iron, which have come into use within the last five years.
corrosive cor·ro·sive (kə-rō'sĭv, -zĭv)
Causing or tending to cause the gradual destruction of a substance by chemical action. n.
A substance having the capability or tendency to cause slow destruction.