Deep Cryogenic Treatment for Racing
Using Deep Cryogenic Treatment for racing will give you a better chance to win and reduce your racing costs. Whether you race cars, boats, or airplanes Deep Cryogenic Treatment is essential to your team. Racing engines, transmissions, drive lines, suspension components, brakes and more respond to cryogenic processing by improving performance, reliability, and durability. If you want to race while reducing costs, consider Deep Cryogenic Treatment. Every form of racing uses DCT from go-karts to NASCAR and the Grand Prix.
Metallic Racing Components and Cryogenic Treatment
Deep Cryogenic Treatment is unique in that it reduces the cost of racing and makes the car more competitive at the same time due to the increases in component life. Racers have reported lifespan increases of 500% on valve springs. They report 300% increase on racing engines, 300% on transmissions, in addition to 300% on brake rotors. Another use is on suspension springs as well as track bars and torsion bars. Racing boats are reporting increased life on final drives and props.
Most metallic racing components respond well to metallurgical cryogenic processing by improving performance, reliability, and durability. Over 50% of the Sprint Cup racing teams already use low temperature treatments. Many racing parts manufacturers use Controlled Thermal Processing to cryogenically treat their products and help them optimize the metallurgy of their parts.
How Can Cryogenic Treatment Help?
Cryogenics has been proven and continues to be proven race after race at reducing metallurgical stresses. Treatment often helps remove stresses that cause warped cylinder heads and blown head gaskets for more durable and consistent performance without deformity. Reliable parts results in greater performance on the track.
Deep Cryogenic Treatment has proven applications in every form of automotive, aircraft, and boat racing. It is essential if you want to win.
An article on racing uses or cryogenic treatment was published by ASM International (asminternational.org) in their December 2001 heat treating magazine. ASM is the world’s foremost metallurgical society. To read the article, click here.
Learn more about deep cryogenic treatment for racing and how Controlled Thermal Processing can help your vehicle perform better and win more when you contact us today!