The cryogenic treatment of turbochargers can extend the life and improve the performance of turbo parts made of aluminum, titanium, magnesium, or stainless steel alloys. During this computer-controlled process, the temperature of the turbocharger is gradually reduced to -300° F and then kept at this cryogenic temperature for 24 hours. By promoting the transformation of […]
The cryogenic treatment of tool steels reduces the percentage of retained austenite (RA) that remains after heat treatment and increases the amount of martensite. Using a computer-controlled program, cryogenic metal treatment gradually reduces the temperature of tool steels to -300° F and keeps them at this cryogenic temperature for 24 hours. By promoting the transformation […]
The cryogenic treatment of heat-treated metal is a one-time, permanent process that helps to eliminate residual stresses in metal components. Residual stress in materials is caused by a variety of things, including the actual formation of the metal, machining or casting, and the heat treatment process itself. It is thought that after metal is formed […]
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.