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    Moderator Alan S's Avatar
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    Anyone ever seen one of these?

    There was a thread recently regarding rust & electrolysis as well as the action of DC power on te activity of it.
    Just browsing through an old car mag and came across this. Anyone ever had any experience with them & if so how well did it work & how much did it cost?

    <a href="http://www.counteract.com.au/how-erps-work.html" target="_blank">http://www.counteract.com.au/how-erps-work.html</a>

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    Gone Fishin' Ray Bell's Avatar
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    Saw one the other day...

    Not surprising seeing as I was in the office of the sales company...

    I have no idea if they work, but I'd like to and I will be making enquiries.

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    Alan,

    I work a lot in the mining industry. The contractors like Clough are pretty hard nosed, to say the least. I'll try and follow up the testimonial from Telfer.

    4WD vehicles in mines are sprayed in salt water a lot and rust amazingly fast in some sites.

    I'll post if I can get some direct contact with the guy who wrote that memo.

    The technology sounds interesting. I guess I'm not concerned about paint chips at all, but whether this works for damp, enclosed corners. I have my doubts as I'd have thought a box section would be a Faraday Cage, which is any space surrounded by a conductive mesh or sheet, and within which you don't get a field. But I might be quite wrong. Only way to believe this is by evidence I reckon. Hence chasing the people who wrote things.

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    One of the Citroen owners has just lahed out on a couple of these, so any info from or to him would be most appreciated.

    Alan S

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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Hi Guys,

    isn't this the same sacraficial concept that ocean going ships use?? If it's the same concept on a smaller scale it should work (at least it should work if you leave you car permanantly submerged in salty water :p clown )

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