Introducing
the world's first

Complex fluid with wet drying capabilities

Pro-Ferrum is designed to spread over surfaces in a similar manner to a super fluid: once applied on a surface it forms a thin oil film which continues to creep over the surface to which it’s applied.

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How pro-ferrum works

Pro-Ferrum is not a classical oil, but a so called complex fluid. Complex fluids are based on a variety of active ingredients which form a molecular team work. This team is outstandingly strong in cleaning, encapsulation of water, metal protection and lubrication.

Due to the high spreading properties Pro-Ferrum undergoes and cracks baked or burned-in residues. The protection team neutralises acids from fingerprints, dissolves the very first beginning of rust and replaces it by anti-corrosion layers.

Due to the high spreading properties Pro-Ferrum undergoes and cracks baked or burned-in residues. The protection team neutralises acids from fingerprints, dissolves the very first beginning of rust and replaces it by anti-corrosion layerss.

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Protects Guns & Prevents rust

Pro-Ferrum is not a traditional oil, it is a complex fluid. Complex fluids are based on a variety of active ingredients which form a complex molecular compound. This compound is outstandingly efficient in dissolving powder residue, encapsulating water, protecting and lubricating metal.

  • Spreading

    Pro-Ferrum is designed to spread out over surfaces and create a fine film similar to a super fluid: it forms a thin film and continues to creep over any surface and penetrate even the finest gaps. This is a significant difference to ordinary gun oils, which have limited penetrating properties requiring careful application to ensure all surfaces are covered.

  • Water-encapsulation

    When sprayed on a wet surface, like on a barrel in the rain, Pro-Ferrum, breaks down the water into tiny droplets and encapsulates them and a yellowish emulsion occurs. A second spray of Pro-Ferrum replaces this emulsion with an oil film, which protects the metal from any further attacks of oxidation.

  • Cleaning

    Pro-Ferrum has excellent cleaning properties. It penetrates and lifts undesired residues and protects the material underneath.

    Pro-Ferrum dissolves rust quickly and as an indication, the colour of the fluid changes to orange.

    • Brass, Tombac and Lead: bullets leave a layer of residue in the barrel. Pro-Ferrum dissolves these metallic residues each time it is applied after shooting. As an indication, the colour of oil becomes green or grey.
    • Old Oil and Grease residue: Pro-Ferrum dissolves old oil and grease residue easily.
  • Protection

    Iron and Steel four stage effectiveness:

    1. The first stage of effective metal protection is to clean the areas vulnerable to early corrosion. Blued finishes are especially prone at converting sweat, fingerprints or humidity into rust.
    2. The second stage is to build up an active neutralising layer. Sweat and acids from powder residues are neutralised by Pro-Ferrum.
    3. The third stage is to block the rust-active spots by neutralising their electrochemical potential and by capturing free ions. Pro-Ferrum covers these spots with hydrophobic, water-repellent working agents. The protection is intensified every time Pro-Ferrum is applied.
    4. The forth stage is the protection of the metal with a thin layer of oil, in order to prevent water and acids coming into contact with the metal surface.

    Copper, Brass and Bronze: Protecting these is not quite as important as with ferrous metals, however, avoiding them is key to maintaining the aesthetic of the metal. Pro-Ferrum contains special anti-corrosion properties for these metals.

    Leather: Being skin friendly, Pro-Ferrum does not damage leather like some traditional oils, in fact, it softens even brittle leather and recovers its flexibility.

    Wood: Pro-Ferrum can be used in small quantities for wooden stocks. With a few drops onto a soft cloth, then applied to the stock, you will be rewarded with a refreshed, shiny appearance.

    Plastics: Plastics and polymers used for firearms are usually robust materials, but some plastics tend to degrade when exposed to UV-light. Pro-Ferrum can reduce this ageing by providing a protective barrier and antioxidants.

  • Lubrication

    Pro-Ferrum lubricates all parts of a gun by forming a thin oil layer. This layer is sufficient for smooth operation but it will not bind grit or sand to form an abrasive compound.

Pro-Ferrum is designed to spread out over surfaces and create a fine film similar to a super fluid: it forms a thin film and continues to creep over any surface and penetrate even the finest gaps. This is a significant difference to ordinary gun oils, which have limited penetrating properties requiring careful application to ensure all surfaces are covered.

When sprayed on a wet surface, like on a barrel in the rain, Pro-Ferrum, breaks down the water into tiny droplets and encapsulates them and a yellowish emulsion occurs. A second spray of Pro-Ferrum replaces this emulsion with an oil film, which protects the metal from any further attacks of oxidation.

Pro-Ferrum has excellent cleaning properties. It penetrates and lifts undesired residues and protects the material underneath.

Pro-Ferrum dissolves rust quickly and as an indication, the colour of the fluid changes to orange.

  • Brass, Tombac and Lead: bullets leave a layer of residue in the barrel. Pro-Ferrum dissolves these metallic residues each time it is applied after shooting. As an indication, the colour of oil becomes green or grey.
  • Old Oil and Grease residue: Pro-Ferrum dissolves old oil and grease residue easily.

Iron and Steel four stage effectiveness:

  1. The first stage of effective metal protection is to clean the areas vulnerable to early corrosion. Blued finishes are especially prone at converting sweat, fingerprints or humidity into rust.
  2. The second stage is to build up an active neutralising layer. Sweat and acids from powder residues are neutralised by Pro-Ferrum.
  3. The third stage is to block the rust-active spots by neutralising their electrochemical potential and by capturing free ions. Pro-Ferrum covers these spots with hydrophobic, water-repellent working agents. The protection is intensified every time Pro-Ferrum is applied.
  4. The forth stage is the protection of the metal with a thin layer of oil, in order to prevent water and acids coming into contact with the metal surface.

Copper, Brass and Bronze: Protecting these is not quite as important as with ferrous metals, however, avoiding them is key to maintaining the aesthetic of the metal. Pro-Ferrum contains special anti-corrosion properties for these metals.

Leather: Being skin friendly, Pro-Ferrum does not damage leather like some traditional oils, in fact, it softens even brittle leather and recovers its flexibility.

Wood: Pro-Ferrum can be used in small quantities for wooden stocks. With a few drops onto a soft cloth, then applied to the stock, you will be rewarded with a refreshed, shiny appearance.

Plastics: Plastics and polymers used for firearms are usually robust materials, but some plastics tend to degrade when exposed to UV-light. Pro-Ferrum can reduce this ageing by providing a protective barrier and antioxidants.

Pro-Ferrum lubricates all parts of a gun by forming a thin oil layer. This layer is sufficient for smooth operation but it will not bind grit or sand to form an abrasive compound.

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Effective Metal Protection

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UK Distributor

Sportarm

The Stables, Princes Street, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1TW
Telephone: 01305 268001

Stockists

Lady's Wood Shooting School

Mapleridge Lane, Horton, Chipping Sodbury, South Gloucestershire, BS37 6PW
01454 294546

Wiltshire Rod & Gun

135 Victoria Road, Swindon, SN1 3BU
01793 497455

Elderkin & Son Gunmakers

Broad Street, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 1TG
01775 722919

Homeleigh Garden Centre

Dutson, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 9SP
01566 773147

West London Shooting School

Sharvel Lane, West End Road, Northolt, UB5 6RA
020 8845 1377

J C Marsh Shooting Ground

Elton Moor Farm, Stockton-on-Tees, TS21 1BQ
07785 262 782

Ladbrook & Langton

Hill Farm, Watling Street, Radlett, Hertfordshire, D7 7HP
01923 854639

Coombe Farm Sporting

Coombe Farm, Roundham, Crewkerne, Somerset, A18 8RL
01460 279595

UK Gun Repairs

Units 1-2 Heathfield Workshops, Manor Farm, Heathfield, Taunton TA4 1DL
01823 650887

Francis Lovell & Co

Downs Road, Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 0RF
01993 864 949

R J Blackwall

Angers Lodge, Cornbury Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire OX7 3HL
01608 811319

Royal Berkshire Shooting School

Hook End Lane, Pangbourne, Berkshire RG8 8SD
01491 672914

William Evans

67A St James's St, St. James's, London SW1A 1PH
0207 493 0415

Williams Evans

The Old Armoury, Brookwood, Surrey GU24 0NY
01483 486500

Greenfields Shooting

Greenfields Shooting Grounds, Sturry Hill, Sturry, Canterbury, Kent CT2 0NG
01227 713222

Toad Hall Firearms

Toad Hall, Meeham Road, Greatstone, Kent, TN28 8NY
01797 364549

R&B Sporting

6 Cropper Row, Haigh Industrial Estate, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 5LA
01989 763859

Country Pursuits

1a Grove Road, Mill End, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 8EB
01923 772916

The Gunshop

Botley Mills, Mill Hill, Botley, Southampton SO30 2GB
01489 797 677

Rifleman Firearms

Bowdens Farm, Langport TA10 0BP
01458 253700

Fyne Tackle

5 Argyll Street, Lochgilphead, Argyll, PA31 8LZ
01546 606878

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Contact

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