Monday, November 09, 2020 09:22 AM


Cars are an incredibly convenient and easy way to get around the city or town you live in. How expensive cars can be to buy, everyone is always looking to extend the life of their vehicle. While there are several things you can do to reduce the wear and tear that your vehicle experiences, one of the best are to treat components of the vehicle cryogenically.

Cryogenically treated brake rotors can last longer[1], and several other benefits can be provided by completing this process. It is used in race cars, boats, and several others, so why not in your car as well? This article is going to cover some of the many benefits that can be realized when vehicle components are cryogenically treated.

What is Cryogenics?

Before we look at the benefits of cryogenics in the automotive industry[2], you might be asking yourself, what does cryogenics mean? In the automotive industry, cryogenics means bringing certain metal and plastic components of the car down to under 300 degrees. This is generally done quite slowly and then the parts are brought back ...

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