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ECK products are built with a patented compound that helps to avoid expensive repairs caused by dissimilar metal corrosion in an economical way. Aluminum products assembled with stainless-steel fasteners are naturally prone to corrosion. ECK coatings which are rich in zinc prevent the electrolytic reaction, thus providing a long-lasting, moisture-resistant barrier.
PPG now offers the full line of ECK products, adding quart and aerosol versions to the squeeze tubes it already offered.
Premature corrosion of your ambulance, fire truck or rescue vehicle cost you plenty. Take a look. Drive the highway. Look at the trucks and trailers representing major corporations or municipalities. See any corrosion?
Corrosion prevention ideas for the design, assembly, maintenance and repair of heavy-duty trucks and specialty equipment.
Dissimilar metals react and cause them to corrode. Aluminum with stainless steel hardware will always corrode - sometimes sooner than later. While composite skins may cover up the issue, the remaining corrosion underneath can become a safety issue.
Peterson Manufacturing Company has augmented its vehicle safety lighting line by adding ECK corrosion prevention products from Van Nay, LLC.
Van Nay Corporation of South Elgin Illinois has added the squeeze tube to its highly successful Eck® corrosion prevention coating offering. The complete product line of Van Nay's patented product now includes aerosol, liquid quarts, 55 gallon drums, and now a new squeeze tube.
The corrosion coating that world class truck trailer and bus manufacturers have be applying to prevent corrosion is now available to the world. Eck® (Electrolysis, Corrosion, Kontrol) a patented corrosion coating was invented to prevent corrosion of dissimilar metals when applied to stainless steel hardware.
E-One a leading manufacturer of emergency apparatus headquartered in Ocala Florida has implemented the use of the patented Eck® corrosion coating. Eck® (Electrolysis, Corrosion, Kontrol) developed by the Van Nay Corporation, was invented and patented to prevent corrosion of dissimilar metals.