The perfect storm
- Boost protection against rust. // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Nov98, Issue 552, p2
Provides information on anti-rust protection of engine cooling systems of military vehicles. Non-arctic military antifreeze; How to use the corrosion inhibitor; Arctic antifreeze.
- CORROSION AND RUST NEVER SLEEP! // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;May2003, Issue 606, p15
Focuses on the occurrence of corrosion and rust in the Army equipment. Use of rust inhibitor to prevent corrosion; Elimination of moisture by the inhibitor; Estimation of the quantity of inhibitor to be applied to military vehicles.
- Boosting Corrosion Protection. // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Nov2000, Issue 576, p8
Focuses on checking the coolant level of a military vehicle to ensure that the coolant provides freeze and corrosion protection. Checking the freeze protection; Ways to check the corrosion protection of antifreeze; How to use the corrosion inhibitor; Use of arctic antifreeze.
- Use grill covers. // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Feb99, Issue 555, p18
Enumerates ways to protect small unit support vehicles from rust and corrode when they will be parked for more than a week. Place the key to stop; Removal of drain plugs; Use of front and rear grill covers; Removal of front engine hood; Disconnection of battery.
- DRAIN AWAY NULL RUST PROBLEMS. // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;May2014, Issue 738, p4
The article provides tips for cleaning and draining water from an M113-Series armored personal carrier to prevent rusts.
- RUSTY PIPE = NASTY FUMES. // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Mar2012, Issue 712, p27
The article offers tips on how to keep military vehicle's exhaust pipes from having rusts, which include covering the exhaust pipes with plastic bag before washing the rack and sealing the pipes with plastic cover or cap if the vehicle will sit temporarily in the motor pool.
- AIRCRAFT CLEANING THE RIGHT WAY. // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Aug2004, Issue 621, p38
Provides tips on how to clean the exterior of military aircraft. Need for the industrial cleaners to be approved by the Army; Corrosion that can be caused by using commercial cleaners; Importance of using an approved corrosion preventive compound.
- VEHICLE WON'T START? // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Aug2013, Issue 729, p62
The article offers maintenance and repair information when military vehicles failed to start due to battery corrosion.
- LINER LIMITS BATTERY BOX BUMMER. // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Nov2015, Issue 756, p15
The article discusses the value of placing a liner on tactical vehicles' battery box which protects the box from corrosion and absorbs excess battery acid.