MGCC - News (Apr 96)

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The idea of using an excess of electrons to help defend your classic against rust and corrosion has probably not been considered before now by most car owners. But it may surprise you to know that the technology has been used successfully in various forms for over 40 years on large ocean-going vessels and many civil engineering projects.

A proven high-technology, electronic protection system for automobiles and medium sized vans is available that takes on average 5-10 minutes to install and once installed provides full metal rust protection coverage for the life of the vehicle. Compare this to most chemical rust protection methods that require special tools and use toxic materials that must be reapplied yearly, and cannot effectively protect areas such as door linings, stone chips, or other areas where the paint coating may have been compromised.

MLM Enterprises, a new company based in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, is offering one such system that requires no servicing, is easy to check if it is working from power and anode lights and is cost effective, when compared to the cost of replacing worn out, corroded parts and recoating with oils and waxes. The offer is backed up by independent laboratory tests which addressed the over all effectiveness of electronic corrosion protection to deter oxidation on automobile steel.

All enquiries are most welcome. Either write or call:
Unit 15, Worcester Road Industrial Estate, Chipping Norton, Oxon OX7 5XN.
Tel: 01793 784192.
Fax: 01793 785663.

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