Mobile Fleet Rust prevention
Why is it Crucial to Rustproof your Fleet of Vehicles?
Whether you run a freight business or a distribution service, you may own a fleet of vehicles. As your business is highly dependent on your fleet, it is essential to ensure that all vehicles in your fleet are in top-notch condition. And to ensure this, vehicle maintenance is vital.
Just like passenger vehicles, rustproofing is a crucial aspect of fleet vehicle maintenance. Here are some reasons why it is much needed to rustproof vehicles in your fleet:
Positive and Long-Lasting Business Image
Every business owner wants to make a positive and long-lasting impact on their customers. Fleet owners can easily do this by keeping their vehicles updated and well-maintained.
A clean and well-maintained fleet shows that you are serious about your business. This makes a good impression on your customers. Furthermore, customers prefer to work with business owners who are professional and take their business seriously.
Helps Go Green and Lower Carbon Footprints
Another great benefit of rustproofing your fleet is that it can help you go green. NH Oil Undercoating formula is environmentally friendly. When you rustproof your fleet with NH Oil Undercoating, you can rest assured that you contribute to a sustainable environment as there are no toxic chemicals used in it. Moreover, rustproofing also prolongs the life of your fleet, thereby keeping it away from landfills. Hence, you can lower the carbon footprint of your business.
Did you know that nearly 300 million pounds of unusable waste include vehicles add to landfills in Ontario alone? Additionally, as these vehicles are not properly recycled, they further add mercury, lead, solvents, oil, antifreeze, and other harmful chemicals to the environment, resulting in more pollution.
Keeps Your Fleet up and Running
Rustproofing is a great way to ensure that your fleet of vehicles stays up and running for years. As it prevents rust from lowering your vehicles’ functionality, your fleet can stay on the roads non-stop without any system issues or problems. And more importantly, you can ensure that your vehicles do add to the pile of junk. Furthermore, prolonging the vehicles’ life also spares you from incurring the high cost of buying new vehicles for business purposes. It keeps the cost low, which further adds to your profit margins.
For more information or to order NH Oil Undercoating to rustproof your fleet of vehicles, contact us today. NH Oil Undercoating provides an added layer of protection against rust and corrosion. It also pushes out moisture, thereby promoting self-healing and keeping your vehicles free from rust and functional for years.
NH Oil Undercoating Inc has mobile rustproofing services for heavy equipment fleets. We’ll work with small or large fleets, and will go anywhere in New England to provide the service. Environmentally Friendly Rustproofing your vehicles with today’s technologically advanced formulas is an earth-friendly move in more than one way. First, the rustproofing substance itself is environmentally friendly, so there’s no worry about putting toxic chemicals into the environment. And second, rustproofing your vehicle prolongs its life and keeps it out of the landfill. The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) put it this way in a blog post entitled “Why You Should Rustproof Your Vehicle“:
This product is designed to create a barrier that can’t be broken, chipped, or cracked. By staying fluid, our petroleum-based rust protection heals back over after any abrasions providing lasting protection, even in extreme conditions.
In Canada, approximately 1.2 million vehicles are taken off the road every year. Even if every single one of them is properly recycled (which they aren’t), the result in Ontario alone is 300 million pounds of unusable waste in our landfill sites. Add the used oil, antifreeze, solvents, lead, mercury and other harmful materials that need to be properly disposed of, and one starts to get a glimpse of the huge pollution problem that end-of-life vehicles are creating. Thankfully, there’s an easy way for us to help extend the life of our vehicles and, in turn, reduce the amount of waste in our landfills – rustproofing. Here are some reasons why you should rustproof your vehicle:
Corrosion is an electrochemical reaction that causes 34 billion dollars of damage per year in North America alone. The use of de-icing chemicals has increased ten-fold over the years and the products used on today’s roads are more corrosive than ever before. Even brand new vehicles are susceptible to corrosion!
As part of a regular maintenance program, an annual NHOU application lengthens the life cycle of a vehicle, keeping it on the road and out of the junk pile. Prolonging the life of the vehicle you drive by even 2 or 3 years can make a huge difference to this vehicle-waste problem. Even if you decide to trade in your vehicle or sell it sometime in the future, keeping its body and mechanical parts properly maintained means you are being responsible and helping to keep that vehicle out of a landfill for years to come.
Saves on Maintenance and Replacement Costs, Of course, keeping your vehicles and all their parts out of the landfill for longer also means you wait longer to buy their replacements. Add to that the savings in labor cost and reduced downtime for your business, and the savings just keep adding up. Since the prices for mobile rustproofing are very reasonable, it won’t take long for it to pay for itself, and then keep on paying. Makes a Better Impression on Customers Another advantage of rustproofing your fleet is that visible rust on your vehicles is never good for business. A clean fleet in good condition enhances your image and suggests that you are responsible and successful. Taking good care of your vehicles implies that you are able to take good care of your customers, too. To learn more about rustproofing your fleet, call The Rust Stop Pros at 1-855-OIL-RUST.
Here is the first part of our 2017 workshop series.
What’s covered in this video; Part 1
1) Introduction to NH Oil Undercoating® Oil-based Rustproofing
2) Surface preparation and inspection
3) The science behind Oil-based Rustproofing ( how it works )
4) Equipment and maintenance
Covered in next video Part 2; Application