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MILSPRAY Rustproofing – New Jersey Department Of Transportation

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Utilizing our self-contained service truck, MILSPRAY® offers an on-site corrosion control service where we apply our petroleum-based rust inhibitor to your fleet annually. For your viewing pleasure, please check out a video recap of MILSPRAY Rustproofing being applied to vehicles for the New Jersey Department of Transportation.


Corrosion Prevention Compound (CPC)

MILSPRAY Rustproofing is approved for use by the DOT in NJ and NYS and also tested and approved for use by the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, and U.S. Marine Corps. MILSPRAY Rustproofing has been proven beneficial in controlling corrosion in vehicle seams, joints, internal cavities, and at dissimilar metal contact points as well as the vehicle’s undercarriage.

MILSPRAY Rustproofing also reduces corrosion of wiring and connections, and acts as a lubricant to ensure hinges, brackets, and other mechanisms work smoothly. Whether your vehicles are brand new or has 300,000 miles driven, we are confident that the use of our product annually will achieve cost savings through decreased corrosion related maintenance and repairs thereby enabling you to keep your vehicles in peak working condition longer. Reapplication every 6-18 months, depending on location, guarantees protection to your vehicles and equipment.

Rustproofing Before & After

Provided are clickable links to our fleet brochure and a copy of the Pierce Service Bulletin, which has extended information about our product and service.

To request a quote for your vehicles, please click here.

To schedule a FREE on-site demonstration, please contact Chris Mangold at christianmangold@milspray.com or call (732) 604-1980

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