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Our process combines dry, slow freezing with our stabilising process. This creates a tougher, more ductile, more temperature resistant part. By converting soft austenite in the metal to hard martensite, you'll have a tougher part that is more ductile, not more brittle. By dispersing the existing carbon molecules and creating small carbon molecules that intersperse between the larger molecules, you'll have parts less susceptible to micro-cracking.


Engine blocks, camshafts, crankshafts, connecting rods and heads can all benefit from cryogenic processing. You will see reductions in all four types of wear: adhesion (galling), abrasion, metal fatigue, and corrosion.


Racing cars experience increase in the number of laps or races before rebuilds from 200% to 400%. One may save a block from cracking at the threshold temperature. with a 1/4 second reduction in lap time in a go-kart and increased torque and horsepower due to cryo's smoothing effect on cylinder walls.

Spark plugs that produce 12% improved performance.


Aluminum castings that can be stress relieved and machined to tighter tolerances.


Valve springs are resistant to breaking.


Brake rotors and pads that will be there when you need them. These are some additional benefits available to you. You can go from skeptic to winner after one experience.

Spark plugs have demonstrated a 12.5% increased performance with a resulting mileage improvement of 0.2 - 0.7 kilometers per litre. While this might not seem like much, keep in mind that the mileage got from most commercial vehicles' is about 4 kilometres per litre. Will an average efficency increase of 12% save you money?