FIRE APPARATUS & EMERGENCY VEHICLES
Corrosion in the fire truck and ambulance industry is a serious issue. Most of the fire & emergency apparatus are manufactured out of aluminum and assembled using stainless hardware. Corrosion is often seen at door handles; roll-up doors, compartment door hinges, around wheel wells, diamond plate trim, and electrical connections.
BUS & RV VEHICLES
Hidden corrosion is a huge problem in the bus & RV industries. Most of these vehicles look absolutely gorgeous with their composite outer skins. What about the metal corroding underneath those outer skins? What about those fasteners holding those compartment doors? What about the bumpers and frame rails all made of metal? What about safety?
BOAT & MARINE
We all know that the biggest contributor to corrosion is moisture. Waterways, ponds, rivers, lakes, and oceans all have current flowing through them that seeks its least path of resistance – your boat hardware. Electrolysis corrosion will eat your expensive boat away if nothing is in place for prevention. Eck® applied liberally to fasteners and in-between any assembled surface is necessary to prevent corrosion.