It’s a common misconception that the Carcoon achieves its high level of protection by flowing lots of air across the vehicle in order to keep it dry. Many a clone system has been launched on the back of this misconception. The fact is, this could not be further from the truth.

The Carcoon Airflow System’s award-winning design is primarily about dew-point (ie. the temperature at which dew begins to form) protection and reducing the volume of air surrounding the vehicle, thus keeping it dry and reducing the total moisture content within its proximity.

The creation of an isolated environment with a stabilising airflow within effectively stabilises the air temperature too within two or three degrees of the stored vehicle’s metal temperature. Cold air supports considerably less moisture than warm air, so it makes perfect sense to keep the storage temperature low and as stable as possible.

Once the vehicle is enclosed within its own environment, it’s easy to see what other benefits can be afforded to protect the stored vehicle. Within the enclosure you have control of the air throughout the entire chamber.  That’s important when you’re storing a car or motorcycle.

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Air quality can be improved by filtering through anti-oxidising filters, thus reducing airborne contaminates/pollutants. Unfortunately in this modern industrial age, Chlorine- Benzene- Sulphates-Acids and lots of other hazardous compounds are now considered to be ‘common airborne contaminates’.

The Carcoon Airflow System uses Activated Carbon Filters held under super-atmospheric pressure to ensure maximum benefit within the internal isolating airflow. By creating a ‘cocoon effect’ for the entire vehicle, even its underside (you could argue the most important part) is protected from rising moisture.

It’s quite a scary thought when you consider that once the air inside a Carcoon has had time to stabilise, it’s probably cleaner than the air you’re breathing right now!