Protection First Class - Trucking / Heavy Duty
Trucking / Heavy Duty Applications
-Nuts and Bolts
-Electrical Connections / Battery Terminals
-Stacks and Pipes
Keep your vehicle protected and running smoothly with Protection First Class
Truckers make a living off of their rig, more than that they take pride in it. Its important that it functions reliably and look’s good in the process. Today’s roads are more damaging than ever to vehicles, with extreme weather conditions and highly corrosive highway treatments metal parts and components are failing much sooner than before. Protection First Class provided the best protection against these corrosive environment during an in house salt fog test. Steel plates were treated with Protection First Class, a leading penetrant, and a leading protectant, then exposed to a 5% Salt Fog environment. Protection First Class prevented rust over 1,000% longer than other the products.
BATTERY TERMINALS AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
To prevent corrosion or interrupted connections, thoroughly clean and dry all contact points and battery terminals, make the connection and apply Protection First Class, covering the entire connection in a protective film.
CHROME & OTHER METALS
Applying Protection First Class to chrome bumpers, running boards, wheels and tires has several benefits. Protection First Class will shine and protect metals, preventing debris build up and protecting against pitting caused by corrosive roadway chemicals. Simply spray clean metal surfaces with Protection First Class, allow it to stand momentarily and then wipe away excess with a clean cloth.
TRAILER HITCH ASSEMBLIES
Use Protection First Class on hitch assemblies and 5th wheel assemblies to prevent rust and corrosion. Protection First Class can keep all pivot points, chains, hooks, slides, baseplates and latches moving freely and operational. Due to the advanced under coating abilities of Protection First Class, it can be used to treat the entire towing system as well as exposed frames and parts. It will also prevent freezing and malfunctions due to cold weather.
Discover the Many Uses of PFC
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