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.
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.
The cryogenic treatment of gun barrels is a permanent way to eliminate residual stresses that can affect performance. The benefits include reduced friction, heat, and wear along with easier gun cleaning, better muzzle velocity, and increased accuracy.
Nitrofreeze® cryogenic deflashing removes flash from glass-filled PEEK coupling rings. This fast, efficient and consistent finishing process uses gaseous nitrogen to freeze the parts and plastic media to break-off surface imperfections and excess material. Because it’s a batch process, cryogenic deflashing eliminates manual deflashing such as hand trimming for faster throughputs and reduced labor costs. […]
Nitrofreeze® cryogenic deflashing removes flash from silicone bumper stops. This fast, consistent and cost-effective process uses gaseous nitrogen to freeze the parts and plastic media to break-off surface imperfections and excess material. Thanks to batch processing, cryogenic deflashing can also reduce lead times and labor costs. The Challenge Nitrofreeze was asked to remove flashing from […]