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Old 01-29-2008, 05:43 PM   #1
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Cryo"d parts

Hey guys was B.S"n with are heat treat guy. I asked him if he could cryo'd parts. He said ya all the way down to -300 degrees. He's a small shop and dosent mind doing one off parts. So if ya'll need something cryo'd or heat treated Pm me. And ill get you his imfo.
He use to desret racing when he was younger. So he know his stuff.
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Old 01-29-2008, 08:56 PM   #3
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sweet. i was plannin on sendin my stuff to bobby long but this would probably be easier since its local
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He on the why to k-rock from me. Well about 10 miles up the highway off hwy 29. In Bertam,tx. Think thats how you spell it.

Thinking about getting my rockwell shock shafts cryo'd. And my spare t-case shaft to. Mite last alittle longer.
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Old 01-29-2008, 11:08 PM   #5
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ya i wana have my shafts cryoed so i can keep my stock stuff a little longer
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Can someone explain the cryo process...in my mind, it would make things more brittle...anyone?
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Old 01-30-2008, 12:38 PM   #7
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I read an artice somewere the other day and from what I got basically take it down to
-300 for a set time then up to +300 then let cool.. I'm sure its ALOT more technical than that.
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I read an artice somewere the other day and from what I got basically take it down to
-300 for a set time then up to +300 then let cool.. I'm sure its ALOT more technical than that.
That is a good start. What it actually does is change a austinite molecule into a martinsinite molecule (spelling is probably wrong...lol). Basically if you look at a piece of metal under a microscope it looks like a piece of sand paper. After the cryo process it joins the molecules together and the piece then looks closer to being an extremely smooth surface such as glasss. This in turn bonds the metals together making the object less porus and alot stronger. I have cryod ALOT of stuff testing it and have had amzing results. This stuff is great. The worse case sinerio we found was that the treatment did little to nothing. We never had a case that seemed to hurt the product...well don't try rubber...lol! And the coolest thing about it is you can put your in the machine and hit it with nitrogen and have ice cold in about 1 1/2 minutes!
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That is a good start. What it actually does is change a austinite molecule into a martinsinite molecule (spelling is probably wrong...lol). Basically if you look at a piece of metal under a microscope it looks like a piece of sand paper. After the cryo process it joins the molecules together and the piece then looks closer to being an extremely smooth surface such as glasss. This in turn bonds the metals together making the object less porus and alot stronger. I have cryod ALOT of stuff testing it and have had amzing results. This stuff is great. The worse case sinerio we found was that the treatment did little to nothing. We never had a case that seemed to hurt the product...well don't try rubber...lol! And the coolest thing about it is you can put your in the machine and hit it with nitrogen and have ice cold in about 1 1/2 minutes!
Where did you copy that from because I know that didn't come out of your pee brain head.


Looks like I'll be sending a set of Rockwell shafts his way.
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Where did you copy that from because I know that didn't come out of your pee brain head.


Looks like I'll be sending a set of Rockwell shafts his way.
I stayed at the holiday in last night man...lol! No really...we used to have a cryo setup at one of the indy car shops I worked at.
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over on pirate4x4 they have a write up on it. It also hardens the inside of the more to.
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