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What is Corrosion Costing You?
Results after 47 days in a salt fog tank according to theASTM B117 standardized test on 1010 carbon steel.
Performance Checks
Full Coverage Protection
There are four basic tasks that need to be accomplished to maintain equipment:
  • Corrosion Prevention
  • Lubrication
  • Penetration
  • Moisture Displacement
More Bang for Your Buck
Most products offer a single solution and to accomplish more than one task, you need to purchase multiple products. Rust Patrol will perform the four tasks better than the single solution product, offering the greatest value. Just add it up.
Nano Technology
Rust Patrol uses nanotechnology to prevent rust, lubricate, penetrate, and displace moisture. Created by one of the top ten chemists globally and made right here in the USA. It forms a bond deep in the at the molecular level, creating a barrier that provides outstanding, long-lasting protection and doesn't wear off easily.
Beating the Competion
Rust Patrol Heavy Duty vs. WD-40
Consider a project of protecting 1,000 ft2 (93 m2) for one (1) year.
  • Rust Patrol Heavy Duty covers 1,000 ft2 (93 m2) at .75 mils thickness.
  • Rust Patrol will cost you about $1,484.00, with 5 applications per year.
  • WD-40 covers 600 ft2 (55.7 m2). at 4-5 mils thickness.
  • To achieve the same performance as Rust Patrol, WD-40 will require 183 applications and cost you $28,762.00 over that same year.
Protect every piece of your equipment.
Considering the complete costs involved over the life of a piece of equipment, there truly is no comparison between the low cost per day of Rust Patrol and the hours of labor costs, breakage, and replacement of expensive equipment. The time that someone is working on corroded parts and not on something else is a huge waste. The damage that results from beating and hammering on that part will need to be repaired, involving more downtime. Or the part simply breaking, needing to be replaced. You now have all three costs that should have been avoided by simply using Rust Patrol.