Electronic rust control is a
proven science. For over half a century an electrical method
known as cathodic protection has effectively controlled
corrosion on underwater steel bridge supports and underground
pipelines. This method incorporates a technique know as
capacitive coupling which uses the water or soil as a conductive
medium. Various companies have manufactured electronic rust
control units for the automotive industry based on this
principle. These units would have a greater rate of success in
inhibiting corrosion should you bury the car underground or
better yet, submerge the vehicle underwater! In the "on the
road" application, however, the most common conductive
medium available is air. The amount of air between the source
and the car body is relatively small, and air is a very poor
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We took note of this inferior
coupling method and took the appropriate steps to improve it.
The Rusterminator was designed and engineered specifically for
automotive applications. After more than two years of research
and development, we have designed a "Direct Coupled"
method of "Impressed Current Flow" that eliminates the
need for a conductive medium. The signal produced by the
Rusterminator is sent directly into the vehicles body. From that
point, a positive pulse is sent to all metal grounded to the
vehicle body. This "pulse" works to equalizes the many small
galvanic differences that exist in an auto body, effectively
stabilizing the metal to guard against the damaging decay of
metal perforation. Existing corrosion, depending on the
condition of the vehicle, will be controlled and further growth
will be suppressed. The newer the vehicle, the better the
performance level of the Rusterminator.