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PROFESSIONAL CRYOGENIC METALLURGY & COATINGS, LLC
CERAMIC & OTHER COATINGS
"PCMC" offers Thermal Ceramic Coating for your exhaust system componets as well as other types of thermal barrier coatings for engine applications.
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The Cryo Process
THERMAL CERAMIC COATINGS ALSO KNOW AS THERMAL BARRIER COATINGS OR "TBC's"
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Thermal Barrier Coatings (TBC's) are designed to reduce the movement of heat.  In some instances, such as exhaust systems, you want to keep the heat within the part.  In combustion chambers you want to use the heat generated by combustion to push down on the piston rather than bleed off into surrounding surfaces.

Benefits derived from Thermal Ceramic Coating when applied to your exhaust system:  (1)  Drop in underhood temperature  (2)  Corrosion Protection  (3)  Extend  life of exhaust components  (4)  Great appearance, the look of chrome without  staining or bluing  (5)  Rapid cool-down 
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Dry film lubricants, also known as solid film lubricants, provide a lubricating film that reduces friction, inhibits galling and seizing and in some instances can aid in dispersing heat.  The appearance is generally a charcoal gray and takes on a sheen upon burnishing.  They are slippery and provide an extremely low coefficient of friction.

One of the obvious reasons for using a lubricating coating is to reduce friction, which improves wear, extends part life and frees up H.P. normally lost to friction.  A second major benefit is a reduction in part temperature.  This is especially important to such parts as valve springs. 
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THERMAL DISPERSANTS
Being able to move and control heat is of tremendous importance.  Excessive temperature can lead to metal fatigue, boiling fluids, damaging metal expansion, reduced electrical efficiency and a host of other problems.  Traditionally dealing with heat has been handled either by expanding the radiating surface, constructing parts from materials that are more heat conductive and using the color black.  Several Thermal Dispersant coatings are now available and when utilized in conjunction with other coatings the flow of heat can be managed to optimize engine life and performance.