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Experts All Agree...

"Ceramic coated parts far outperform normal metal parts by providing a harder, stronger, smoother, and less corrosive surface.   The normal coating process is virtually too costly to see any Return on Investment"

CerMet is the only technology that provides this new surface chemically — for a fraction of the cost, and a large Return on Investment.


Provides Less Friction No
Harder Surface No
Smoother Surface No
Corrosion Resistant No
Stronger in Compression No
Dielectric No
Thermally Insullating No
*Standard Metal used in Automotive Engine & Drive Train Parts

Clear Advantages Over Metal: Experts for years have been building and coating engine and drive train parts with ceramics to increase efficiencies of high-performance vehicles with little concern for price. For the first time, with a revolutionary new nano-particle ceramic-metal technology, you are able to provide these same performance enhancing features in your vehicles with a large retum-on-investment.

Ceramics stand above all other friction reducing and thermal barrier coatings currently being used in combustion chambers. Ceramics have characteristics shared by no other product, providing an unrivaled layer of protection and extended life. Ceramic coatings actually strengthen parts by providing a harder and smoother surface and is stronger in compression. The cured "CerMet" provides an integrated layer of material that can withstand far more heat and can actually "move" heat energy inside the com­bustion chamber increasing the effective oxidation of fuel. Ceramics will drastically reduce the opportunity for metal fatigue and provide a very effective corrosion inhibiting film that protects the part against oxidation and imparts excellent chemical resistance that further extends part life.

Price Versus Environment Criteria: In many applications price is the most important determinant. But when a low-cost part or an entire engine must be repaired or replaced because of unstoppable wear, looking to slow down or even reverse this wear may be the key to lowering overall costs. The ability to withstand a harsh friction environment, extreme temperatures, and corrosive elements are just a few of a myriad of applications where the coating of metals with ceramics can mean the dif­ference between success and failure... but all of this can only work if your Return-on-lnvestment is recovered quickly and surpassed greatly. This is virtually impossible with manually applied ceramics.

Increased Horsepower, Efficiency, Fuel Economy & Lifespan: Who would have thought that horsepower could be gained from coating internal engine components? Internal engine components are made from dissimilar metals. Due to the lack of metallurgical similarities of these components, they absorb and dissi­pate heat at different cycling periods. The ability to protect and cool engine internal and external components actually contributes to noticeable horsepower and perfor­mance gains. The three major contributors to horsepower gain are heat resistance, friction reduction, and wear protection. Over the years, performance engine builders have been refining the leading edge of horsepower gains while experimenting with ceramic coatings.

Ceramic coatings are used as a barrier between dissimilar metals to reduce friction, which cause heat, creating unwanted wear of internal engine components. By applying ceramic coatings to these dissimilar metal components, it will allow them to interface with one another more uniformly and compatibly.

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