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Electronic Corrosion Protection?

Car owners living in wintry climates like Ohio are constantly worried about cleaning road salt off their vehicles at the end of the day, to prevent rust from occurring. There are several ways to prevent corrosion. There is undercoating, spraying a tar-based substance on the exposed parts of a vehicle's underbody. There is dripless oil spray, a wax-like substance applied to the entire body of the vehicle, it hardens once it has dried. There is drip oil spray, and that is the most commonly recommended rust protection. But there is one new, greener method of corrosion protection, electronic corrosion protection (ECP).

electronic corrosion module
Electronic Corrosion Module protects the entire vehicle
ECP emits a low power, pulse-wave, radio-frequency signal across all sheet metal surfaces of the vehicle. It protects against rust perforation that starts from the inside-out or the outside-in, even if it's caused by stone chips or scratches. The module's electromagnetic pulse-wave is effective in fighting
rust, yet completely harmless to both the vehicle and its passengers.

Independent third-party testing shows up to a 99.7% inhibition of corrosion on automotive sheet metal panels covered by ECP. This technology is not what was once used, cathodic protection. Cathodic was proven to NOT work on automobiles, but does work for water heaters, boats, oil rigs and other submerged metals. ECP is specifically designed for automobiles and is clean and environmentally friendly because there are no oil sprays being used or other harsh chemicals. ECP is also portable from vehicle to vehicle. If you are a person who likes to lease for a few years then move on to a newer model, keeping your vehicle protected with ECP will help you with maintaining value.

Paint protection, glass protection, and corrosion inhibitor protection are excellent investments for car owners. Not only does it make cleaning your car easier, and keeps it looking sharp but helps prevent harm from the elements. If you living in the Ashland, Ohio area, Classy Chassis is the place to look. Our corrosion inhibitor and paint protection give you peace of mind knowing every part of your vehicle is protected from the harsh elements of summer heat and winter roads. 

We can take care of all of these parts:
  • complete hood
  • strut towers
  • firewall
  • seams
  • trunk lid
  • taillight assembly
  • rear bumper supports
  • front bumper supports
  • rad supports
  • quarter panels
  • rear fenders
  • wheel arches & liners
  • doors
  • door pillars
  • sub-frame
  • front fender braces
  • both inner fenders
  • COMPLETE undercarriage

Classy Chassis wants to help you protect your vehicle with our protection specials!


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