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The permanent value conservation of motorized dreams is probably one of the biggest challenges for every car lover. For chrome jewels ought to shine, not rust away. Therefore, except during car trips or rallies, they spend most of their time inside a suitable garage where they are well-protected.
Or perhaps not? What if rust and corrosion have already started their destructive work, or mould is invisibly flourishing behind the dashboard, in the seats or under the carpet? Not all of that is patina! Our garage guide informs you about what dangers lurk in your garage.
Hand on heart! You may check the oil level and coolant of your classic car regularly. But do you also check the humidity level in your garage? As a precautionary measure? Moisture is the worst enemy of every classic motor car. The garage provides protection against harmful weather effects, but not against the consequences of too humid (more than 50 % RH) or too dry (less than 40 % RH) garage air. The ThinC! technology ensures an ideal garage climate throughout the year.
Reliable. Low-maintenance. With loving attention to your car.
CONSERVATION INSTEAD OF RESTORATION.
A classic car should age in dignity. Diligently patinized classic cars are witnesses with a visible history which needs to be preserved. Leather requires a certain humidity level to be able to breathe, or else it will become brittle. Below a humidity level of 40 %, seals lose their elasticity and cable connections may break.
Preserve the value and authenticity of your classic car using ThinC! climate management.
SHINING, NOT RUSTING.
Chrome jewels only retain their shine with the right garage climate. An optimally controlled humidity level provides protection against corrosion, mould formation and unpleasant odours. Moreover, the ThinC! technology of the VPR+ climate managers effectively reduces the smell of petrol as well as soot, dust and bacteria.
Preserve the unique original condition of your classic car using the value-maintaining VPR+ climate manager.