electronic rust prevention systems

4×4 Show – Protect your car from rust with ERPS

WITH an unmatched 20 years of manufacturing in its facility on the Gold Coast, Electronic Rust Prevention Systems (Australia) Pty Ltd has led the way in the evolution of electronic rust prevention.

With the design, research and development and manufacturing all performed in-house, ERPS has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and has been the innovator of a number of technological advancements. These include the multi-coupler system, the closed-loop coupler supply line, moulded waterproof fusing and injection-sealed wire joints.

Combined with constant improvements and updates to the company’s tried, tested and proven capacitor coupler technology, ERPS continues to forge a path for others to follow. Over the past 20 years ERPS systems have been successfully used on everything from cars, trucks and buses to earthmoving and mining equipment, piers and buildings, even air-conditioning plants, locker systems at water parks and Coca-Cola vending machines.

Wherever there is a need to hold off the inevitable attack on steel from moisture, salt air or acid rain, ERPS comes to the rescue by replacing lost electrons back into the steel, neutralising the effects of the electrochemical reaction of rust. Used successfully by commercial beach fishers, Surf Life Saving clubs, government departments, the mining industry and thousands of private and commercial clients, ERPS has proven itself to extend the life of the vehicle and save valuable dollars in maintenance costs.

How does the system work? In simple terms, rust or corrosion is a loss of electrons from the steel’s surface.
By charging the couplers, which are attached to the body of the vehicle or steel object, an excess of electrons is supplied to the surface of the steel, neutralising any losses.

For a more in-depth explanation, visit erps.com.au/information/how-it-works

Certified to both Australian and European electromagnetic compliance standards, the ERPS system will not interfere in any way with the on-board electrics or electronics. As the system only draws about 20mA, it is able to operate 24/7, thereby constantly protecting the vehicle without flattening the battery.

So if you want to keep your expensive investment in good shape or simply wish to extend the life of ‘old faithful’, if you want to keep the paintwork looking shiny or stop those stone chips developing, then you need to install the latest in electronic rust prevention technology and fit a genuine ERPS system.

For more information, phone 1800 332 899, go online at erps.com.au or drop by Stand F50 at the show and speak to the team.

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