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Automotive Electronic Rust Protection Corrosion Control Module With Warranty on 2040-parts.com

C $119.95
Location:

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Condition:New Warranty:Yes Country/Region of Manufacture:Canada



STOP RUST BEFORE IT STARTS


Will work with Cars, Trucks, Suv and 4x4


INCLUDES ONE YEAR PRODUCT WARRANTY


If it stopped working within first year we will simply exchange it for a new one 

(shipping not included)

THIS IS THE ORIGINAL PRODUCT THAT IS BEING SOLD AT DEALER LEVEL NOT A COPY AS SOME OTHER EBAY LISTINGS
IN BUSSINES SINCE 1998 


Rust shortens the life of your vehicle & ruins its appearance, greatly reducing its resale value. The simple truth is that vehicles rust. In fact, they start rusting from the moment the steel is made. Fin Corrosion Control Rust Module forms a permanent barrier between the metal panels of the vehicle and the elements of nature to prevent corrosion.

Many people believe that road salt is the most common cause of vehicle rust. It certainly helps promote corrosion but the number one cause of vehicle rust is condensation. Moisture creeps into your vehicle’s seams and crevasses where this condensation acts as a conductor to promote rust. “Electrolysis” is another major contributor to vehicle rust whereby different types of metal on a vehicle actually generate an electrical current that actually accelerates corrosion!  Protect your investment.


The Enemy:

Condensation, Freezing Water, Electrochemical Corrosion, Humidity, Spot Welding, Road Salt

We are a Canadian Company located in Ontario where we know thing or two about salt and humidity two primary reasons we need to rust protect our cars.


Corrosion Control (F.C.C.)

Electronic Corrosion Control (E.C.C.) Module.

Electronic Rust Protection.

Corrosion Control Module (C.C.M.) Module.

Those are just few names this unit goes by.

Now, electronic protection is available for automotive vehicles. Electronic modules are installed in vehicles to supply electronic charges throughout the metal body to help protect against corrosion.

Benefits

  1. Replaces chemical-type rust proofing

  2. A clean & efficient way to protect your investment

  3. Lab & field tested

  4. Low battery shut off

  5. Does not interfere with computer or electrical systems

  6. Transferable from one vehicle to the next

  7. Suitable for new, pre-owned vehicles

  8. No re-application or touch-ups required

  9. Environmentally friendly     

  10. 1 Year Manufacture Warranty


HOW IT WORKS – Scientifically Tested!

The E.C.C. module is based on the principle that corrosion is an electrochemical reaction, oxidization, which can be controlled electronically. The rusting process begins with the loss of negative electrons that permit iron and oxygen to combine to form rust. The faster iron combines with oxygen, the faster the metal deteriorates. The metal body of a vehicle has a more positive electrical charge at the area where rust is occurring because electrons are robbed.

The electronic corrosion control process introduces a negative surface charge to the metal body which polarizes the microscopic layers of electrical charges that occur along a corroding metal surface. In essence the E.C.C. module makes it very difficult for the opposite charges of iron and oxygen to connect. Since they are hindered by polarized layers of charges, the negative surface charge - and its corresponding polarized charge layers - reduces the rate of which the iron and oxygen combine, slowing down the corrosion process. In other words, the Electronic Corrosion Control module makes it very difficult for iron and oxygen to combine to form rust.


THE TECHNOLOGY

FIN Corrosion Control (F.C.C.) module is built with state-of-the-art microcomputer technology that allows the module to be digitally controlled. The module works by starting with a high precision signal generator. The tuned energy is applied to the coupling which is digitally monitored on a continuous loop. The energy is drawn from the battery, less than 30 mA, and passed with high efficiency from the pad to the vehicles body.

This technology, unlike a lot of other electronic rust protection units in the market, is not based on cathodic or impressed currents. Cathodic and impressed current technologies do not work on vehicles unless they are submerged in water or buried underground.

FIN E.C.C. module has a self-diagnostic system built in! The unit can monitor leakage relative to the couple pad. Faulty signals or shorts are monitored and reported by the system; the system will automatically shut down until the fault is rectified.


  UNIT SPECIFICATIONS:

a)     Normal power supply12 Volt DC. (minimum 9 volts DC. (Maximum 19 volts DC)

b)     Current consumption 0.23 mille amperes. Just like digital car clock.

c)     Gray wire out put 2Hertz per second (electrons pumping on the vehicle body in Frequency)

d)     Red LED (still) for Power

e)     Blue LED (blinking) its showing device is working & pumping the electrons on vehicle body.

  1. f)     In case of wrong wiring. No problem. We have reverse polarity safety in side of Module.

  


IF YOU ARE NOT HAPPY I WILL GIVE YOU A 7 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE SIMPLY RETURN PRODUCT AND PACKAGING FOR A REFUND

(return postage not included)




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