Rust Bullet is proud to inform its customers that its products have been awarded an unprecedented two patents for its superior technology and environmental friendly rust preventive products.
There are three different types of corrosion: pitting and cavity corrosion, contact corrosion, and crevice corrosion.
Changes in temperature increased humidity (more moisture in the air for the reaction), and geographical elements (nearer the sea, windy sites, particularly rainy etc.), can all contribute to increased rust.
Oxidizing can be made worse if the structure is in a heavily salty environment, such as out at sea, as salt can increase the speed of the reacting process.
Excessive rusting can cause structures to collapse and pipelines to burst. Rust can also ruin the aesthetic appeal of iron components, as you’ve probably witnessed on cars, boats, bridges, and even old playgrounds.
Rust Bullet products can be easily applied to the car surface either in the form of a paint, brushed, sprayed or even rolled. There is also no requirement of a top coat or an undercoat which reduces the overall application time. So, why compare Por 15 vs. Rust Bullet?
While products like POR15 simply provide a coating on the car surface, the Rust Bullet products are specifically designed to penetrate the metal surface and mix with the rust.
It is true that many rust conversion products claim to change the chemical nature of rust and convert it to a more stable element that won’t rust again, this isn’t really possible.
Most of these failed products just simply don’t work, or work, but not for more than a few months at best, and they are subject to the same chipping and cracking that occurs with ordinary rust coatings.
The physical integrity of the metal coating is as important as its chemical barrier properties in many applications. Selecting the best metal coating for an application requires evaluating all effects of the specific environment, including thermal and mechanical conditions.
One of the most common and inexpensive protection methods for steel is provided by a metal coating process with zinc. Zinc-coated, or galvanized, steel is produced by various hot-dipping techniques, but more steel companies today are moving into more environmentally friendly methods of protection. (Like us!)
Por 15 vs. Rust Bullet
POR-15 chemically bonds to rusted metal and forms a hard, non-porous coating that claims it will not crack, chip, or peel. It states that it will keep moisture away from metal with a coating that is strengthened by continued exposure to moisture. Thereby combatting the rusting process.
When Rust Bullet is applied to rusted metal it penetrates the substrate, dehydrates the rust, until it reaches the metal underneath. This allows the resin to become intertwined with the rust, which then becomes part of the coating and solidifies into an armor tough coating with phenomenal adhesion.
According to extensive independent scientific testing, Rust Bullet is the most effective, longest lasting, easiest to use rust/corrosion-control product on the market.
Rust Bullet Industrial Formula has been awarded two United States Patents for its advanced technologies and is the gold standard used and recognized worldwide as the best rust/corrosion-control product available.
Use the Rust Bullet Industrial Formula for your metal surfaces including Marine, Home, Farm, Industrial, and Commercial applications.
Use Rust Bullet Industrial Formula as a stand-alone coating, or in combination with Rust Bullet DuraGrade Color, BlackShell, Rust Bullet WhiteShell, Rust Bullet Color Shells or DuraGrade Clear for unbeatable rust protection.
Rust Bullet Industrial Formula is metallic gray in color. Rust Bullet Industrial can be brushed, rolled or sprayed.
With this endeavor, Rust Bullet has left competitors like POR 15 far behind in the quest for rust prevention. Rust Bullet simplifies rust prevention by eliminating the need for extensive surface preparation.
Contact Rust Bullet today and let us show you the differences between Por 15 and Rust Bullet.