The CryoHeat treated cast rotors use premium spec metal for the Performance Brake Rotors. These are corrosion resistant so rotor edges and vanes stay cleaner, longer, and optimizing air flow. The coating also keeps rust from forming along the outer edges of the pad area to prevent rust-jacking and creating a malfunction in brake performance. These rotors offer The Best Defense Against Corrosion and perfect for any wet environment. The CryoHeat Performance Slotted Rotors operate safer and last longer by preventing gases from collecting between the brake pad and rotor. Cleaning and refreshing the brake pad surface, and providing better Wet Weather Braking. With separated friction surfaces that are engineered to create airflow, cooling down the rotor, so they do not over heat. Rotors are machined cut, and balanced to ensure perfect fitment for the ultimate smooth ride in braking. Double disc ground so the brake rotors and pads have perfectly matched flat friction surfaces. This Promotes a solid brake pedal feel with no vibration or pulsing, and also ensuring a very quiet operation. CryoHeat treated brake rotors significantly dissipate thermal temperature allowing the brake rotor to operate much cooler during heavy braking, wether operating at high speeds or heavily loaded, this process will also extend the life span of your brake rotor by 250%. CryoHeat Treated Rotors are proven to deliver the safest and best performance for any Performance Slotted Rotors.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the life span of a CryoHeat treated brake rotor ?
The CryoHeat treated brake rotors have a service life of 250% longer than non-processed rotors. This measurement is calculated with the same vehicle, the vehicle driving on the same terrain, load capacity, and driving characteristics from the operator of the vehicle.
What is the life span of a CryoHeat treated brake pad ?
CryoHeat treated brake pads will last approximately two times longer than non-processed brake pads. When the CryoHeat pad and rotors are used together; this is the ultimate way of dissipating thermal temperatures in the braking system. This keeps the operation much cooler when the two CryoHeat processed parts are working together. This significantly helps reduce the temperatures of the brake fluid by not transferring the heat to the calipers pistons.
Does the CryoHeat treated brake rotors prevent brake fade ?
Yes! The cryoheat treated brakes significantly reduce thermal temperatures, allowing the entire braking operation operate hundred degrees cooler. This significantly reduces the heat transferring to the brake, caliper and brake fluid. By doing so brake fade or even complete loss of brakes may never occur, this allows safer braking for vehicles Vehicles with heavy loads, and high speed, vehicles, like race, cars, police cars in pursuit or ambulance and firetrucks that can be heavily loaded and driving at high speeds.
Do the CryoHeat brake rotors warp
Any brake rotor can warp by miss, treating the component. For instance; brake rotors that get red hot with heat and then completely submerged in water will more than likely have some kind of damage and warpage.
Are the CryoHeat treated rotors be machined/turned ?
Unlike gimmicks like a coating that easily wears off;The CryoHeat process changes the entire molecular structure by realigning, stress relieving a tighter organized grain structure (Crystaline) in the metal so that for the life of the rotor and even getting turned multiple times the CryoHeat process is still in the metal and has the same performance properties as new.
Will the CryoHeat treated brakes prevent braking noise ?
Yes! The CryoHeat treated brakes and brake pads together significantly reduce brake noise. By changing the entire molecular structure of the individual parts, not only reduces thermal temperatures; however at the same time the process microscopically realigns and tightens the grain structure of the part including the outside surface. This illuminates contamination and microscopic blooms on the outside surface of the brake rotor, keeping a clean contact surface point for the brake pad and brake rotor. This drastically diminishes, brake noise.