Category Archives: Cryogenic Treatment

Cryo Treated Transmissions

The Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. cryo treats racing enthusiasts’ transmissions for longer life, higher levels of durability and smoother shifting. We have treated thousands of transmissions since we started cryogenic processing in 2003. Transmissions wear with age and mileage. As a result, some fail prematurely and need to be replaced. In addition, racers […]

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Improve the Wear Resistance of Motorsports Parts

In the racing industry, it is not unusual to see a high level of wear in parts that are subject to friction. As the parts rub against each other over time a thin layer of material can be removed. This will result in less efficiency and in some cases lower horsepower and torque figures. A […]

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Carbon, Retained Austenite, and Cryogenic Treatment

All heat treated steels have a certain percentage of retained austenite after heat treatment has been completed. The goal of heat treatment is to convert as much austenite into martensite. Ultimately, martensite is the most desirable crystal form as it is the toughest and strongest form. However, heat treatment does not remove all of the […]

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Cryogenic Material Recovery

A few weeks before Christmas, we completed a job for a Worcester-based company using our cryogenic material recovery service. Our customer manufactures and sells safety devices with a very special purpose. These particular parts are used to save someone from drowning after he or she falls through thin ice. The person simply needs to slam […]

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The Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. Receives Approval for International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Registration

As of October 13, 2009, we are an International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) registered company. We are proud to announce the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs decision to approve our ITAR registration. ITAR is a set of regulations created to control the manufacture, export and transfer of defense articles, information, and […]

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