Cryogenic deflashing removes flash, a type of surface defect, from molded rubber and molded plastic parts. This computer-controlled batch process provides faster cycle times, reduced labor costs, and greater part-to-part consistency than hand trimming.
Cryogenic treatment for cutting tools enhances the performance and extends the life of metal tooling that is used in drilling, milling, turning, facing, and other manufacturing and machining operations.
Cryogenic treatment for engines relieves residual stresses in the metal caused by casting, forging, or machining operations. Cryogenic engine treatment also improves wear resistance and heat dissipation.
Dry ice blasting removes paint overspray from overhead conveyor lines. Learn how Nitrofreeze® used dry ice blasting at a New England company that specializes in residential and commercial HVAC systems, saving them time and money.
Cryogenic treatment for gun barrels reduces residual stresses in the metal for faster velocity and tighter, more consistent groupings. This article describes four firearms experiments with before-and-after data for a Ruger Mini-16 Ranch Rifle, P320 Compact, P320 XFive, and two AR-15 barrels.