Exceptional Rust Control and Rust Proofing - on site, on time, as promised.

Specialized Products

The Pro Fleet Care rust proofing system:

  • Protects electrical wiring and components from corrosion
  • Displaces moisture, replacing it with a coating of protection
  • Penetrates hard to reach areas, such as crevasses, seams, and channels
  • Defies gravity allowing the product to creep upwards, sideways as well as downward
  • Continues to creep, allowing it to re-coat and re-seal areas which become exposed
  • Sprays over tar, wax and other rust control products; if such products have cracked leaving the vehicle exposed, the product penetrates those areas, displacing the moisture and resealing those areas

Our rust proofing system includes a two step application process. ROC 40 is our traditional rust proofing product that penetrates seams and is ideal for interior panels and hard to reach areas. On the other hand, fleet vehicles spend more time on the road than traditional vehicles and thus have an increased need for a more robust product. As such, ROC 50 is our secondary rust proofing product that is used in high traffic areas where extra protection is needed. ROC50 is best suited for areas such as frame rails and wheel wells.

Rust Control Products Material Safety Data Sheets

ROC 40

ROC40-342 Aerosol

ROC 50

ROC 50-400 Aerosol

Rust Control Products Comparison Table

The table outlined below is a comparison of the Pro Fleet Care products and alternative rust control solutions. ROC40 and ROC50, in combination with our unique and complete application process, result in a superior rust control system.

Displaces moisture Yes Yes No (sits on water) No No
Penetrates Seams Yes Limited Possibly (depends on thickness of product) No No
Creeps Yes Limited Yes No No
Re-seals Yes Yes Yes No No
Does NOT dry out or crack Yes Yes Yes No No
Does NOT affect paint or interior if oversprayed Yes Paint - Yes
Interior - No
Possibly (depends on type of oil being used) Possibly (must be removed from paint with cleaners) Possibly (must be removed from paint with cleaners)
Ability to spray electrical components Yes Not suggested Possibly (depends on type of oil being used) No Yes
Ability to spray trim and exterior of vehicle Yes Yes No No No
Ability to spray on wet vehicles Yes Yes No No No
Does NOT contain water Yes Yes Possibly* (depends on source of oil - i.e. recycled oil) Yes Yes

* "Water in the oil also promotes the formation of corrosive acids. Sulphur and nitrogen compounds, when combined with water in a hot engine, form sulphuric and nitric acid ...While oil additives retard the harmful effects of contaminates, they will not eliminate them. Water will still form acid compounds and sludge."
(What makes Oil Dirty? Today's Trucking, October 1998)


What do we spray?

  • buses
  • cars
  • dock plates
  • dump trucks
  • fertilizer spreaders
  • fertilizer towers
  • green house equipment
  • landscape equipment
  • loaders
  • manure spreaders
  • pickup trucks
  • plows and plow trucks
  • salt spreaders
  • salt storage domes
  • salt trucks
  • stone slingers
  • SUVs
  • tractors
  • trailers
  • transport trucks
  • vans
  • weight scales

Who uses our service?

  • agriculture
  • construction
  • crown corporations
  • federal agencies
  • intercity bus lines
  • local agencies
  • local utilities
  • municipal agencies
  • school bus fleets
  • transit commissions
  • transportation fleets
  • trucking fleets
For more information, read our frequently asked questions.

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