Rustless® will be an indispensable tool for cities and communities to make existing bridges safer, underground pipelines, telecommunication towers, structural walls, and buildings such as schools, court houses, fire stations among others.
Rustless®, at present is seen in the works of new units of UPAs, UPP, CVTs, Schools, Kindergartens, family clinics, police stations, fire departments, community centers throughout the nation.
Electricity-generating plants can be divided into seven generic types: fossil, fuel, nuclear, hydroelectric, cogeneration, geothermal, solar, and wind. The majority of electrical power in the U.S. is generated by fossil fuel and nuclear supply systems. The direct cost attributed to corrosion was $6.9 billion, with the largest amounts for nuclear power ($4.2 billion), followed by fossil fuel ($1.9 billion), hydraulic and other power ($0.15 billion), and transmission and distribution ($0.6 billion).
There are approximately 583,000 bridges in the U.S. Of this total, 200,000 are constructed of steel, 235,000 are conventional reinforced concrete, 108,000 are constructed using pres-tressed concrete, and the balance is made with other construction materials. Approximately 15% of these bridges are structurally deficient because of corroded steel and steel reinforcement. Annual direct cost estimates total $8.3 billion, including $3.8 billion to replace deficient bridges over the next 10 years, $2 billion for maintenance and capital costs for concrete bridge decks and $2 billion for their concrete substructures, and $0.5 billion or maintenance painting of steel bridges. Indirect costs to the user, such as traffic delays and lost productivity, were estimated to be as high as 10 times that of direct corrosion costs.
WATERWAYS AND PORTS
U.S. waterways and ports play a vital role in moving people and commerce throughout the U.S. There are 40,000 km (25,000 miles) of commercial navigable waterways that serve 41 states, with hundreds of locks that facilitate travel. Corrosion is typically found on piers and docks, bulkheads and retaining walls, mooring structures, and navigational aids. There is no formal tracking of corrosion costs for these structures; however, the study estimated an annual cost of $0.3 billion based on information from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Coast Guard. This is a low estimate because corrosion costs for harbor and other marine structures were not included.
Public Vehicles Sector
Rustless® 24 Volts protects your heavy vehicle like local buses and transportation trolleys including any high performance machines of the most common forms of corrosion, which usually begin by small scratches in the paint, that attack the protected surface, as well as the sea mist and moisture which penetrate due these application crashes mostly caused by stones, scratches or tapping.
The principle of corrosion protection is the same as Rustless® Automotive Light, the difference is in voltage and in the electron distribution capacity in the case of the 24 Volt unit is much higher than the 12 volt device. This power difference is what ensures protection throughout the entire heavy vehicle (chassis, ceiling, floor, screws, wheels, drum and disc brake, exhaust, radiator, internal and external engine parts, rollers, belts, shoes, buckets, tanks, cylinders, clutches, cabin, parts covered by moldings and rubbers, block, seals and engine cylinder, Moorhen pump etc.). Rustless® does its job and begins working immediately upon installation