Suspension Cryogenic Tempering
SUSPENSION CRYOGENIC TEMPERING
A dry deep freezing process using flashed liquid nitrogen (LN2) freezing metal parts to 300 Below for 72 hours to modify molecular structure. The metal brake rotors, bearings, axles, etc are then brought back up to room temperature resulting in substantial improvement in wear resistance. Used the U.S Government on military vehicles and rifle barrels. Also used by major race car companies for improved reliability.