The Benefits of Cryogenic Thermal Cycling:
These ultra-cold temperatures, below -310°F, will greatly increase the strength and wear life of all types of vehicle components, castings and cutting tools. In addition, other benefits include reduced maintenance, repairs and replacement of tools and components, reduced vibrations, rapid and more uniform heat dissipation, and improved conductivity.
This process is like an insurance policy for your tools and components.
Dissipation of energy causes vibration, which results to metal fatigue, wear and ultimately component failure. During the Thermal Cycling Process, the micro-structure begins to particulate into smaller, regular micro-structures. The Thermal Processed metal allows the passage of energy to be direct, eliminating vibration, the main cause of metal fatigue. The ultra-cold temperatures below -200°C(-330°F) will increase strength and wear life of all types of vehicle components, machine components, cutting tools, medical equipment and electronic devices to a 300% life expectancy increase over non treated components. Thus leading to reduced maintenance, repairs and replacement of tools and components.
The Molecule is inverted from a concave form to a convex form. This fills lots of voids and gaps on a microscopic level making the part more dense without changing it's weight or hardness. A more dense formation allows sound waves or vibration to pass through the metal creating less vibration in it's state of matter, Less vibration creates less damaging micro cracking which increases wear life.