Electronic Rust Protection

Rust is possibly the most damaging contaminate for your vehicle and most expensive to fix over time. It is commonly thought you only need rust proofing if you intend to drive in salt water or live near a beach.

Rust is a common component to the deterioration of any vehicle due to salt in the air, water, road grime and other surroundings. Every car will eventually develop some form of rust unless it is protected against it.

Electronic Rust Protection is the most advanced, affordable, unobtrusive and continuous method of protection.

  • Protection Against The Development Of Rust
  • Prevention Of Rust Damage On Stone Chips And Scratches
  • Protection Of Oxidization Of Paint Keeping It Looking New
  • A Written Corrosion Warranty For All Non-Commercial Vehicles Under 10 Years Old

How Electronic Rust Proofing Works

Rust is the loss of electrons from within metal. Oxygen combines with the metal atom and forms Ferric Oxide (FE2O3) which is otherwise known as Rust. An Electronic Rust Proofing unit interferes with the oxidization cycle by artificially pumping electrons into the vehicle so our supply of electrons exceeds demand.

This is achieved by creating a capacitor. OzoneShield uses a specially designed pad which is affixed to the paint to act as the positive plate in the capacitor. The paint becomes the dielectric which in turn holds the charge static (keeps the electrons from flowing away) and the body of the vehicle or structure acts as the negative plate in the capacitor.

The Electronic Rust Proofing is approximately the size of a deck of playing cards and runs off the vehicle battery, drawing less power than your dashboard clock. The electronic printed circuit board is totally encapsulated in an epoxy resin, which makes it waterproof.

This unit is installed by a qualified technician ensuring life-time protection of your vehicle.