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Cryogenic Tempering Expands Again for Central Illinois Innovator

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Aftermarket automotive and fleet vehicle manufacturers grow fond of increased life for premium parts; as part of this trend, 300 Below, Inc. continues to grow its processing capacity. For metal objects, 300% longer life for 20% cost is the norm; as the worlds leading cryogenic processing company, 300 Below has grown its processing capacity to 7.68 million pounds of steel per year.

Decatur, IL (PRWEB) June 30, 2014

Its not just Detroit that sees the value of cryogenic processing. 300 Belows advanced TruBlue technology has become more popular among fleet managers as companies request new cost saving initiatives. With demand increasing to several million pounds of metals treated annually, 300 Below, Inc. continues to add additional processing capacity.

300 Below, Inc. / Cryo-Tech has pioneered innovative cryogenic freezing equipment since 1966 as part of its American-made industrial initiatives, which support a material enhancement process known as cryogenic tempering.

300 Belows new cryogenic processor (cryogenic freezer unit) is built upon a front load design that will allow forklifts to load the processor, set items on internal pallets for processing, and effectively temper the loads. The newest cryogenic processor will accommodate platinum RTDs and cryogenic thermocouples inside the unit to ensure that temperatures descend and ascent in close proximity to the designated processing profile.

Clients in heavy industry appreciate the increased throughput that 300 Below offers, and TruBlue cryogenically treated brake rotors continue to impress the distributor networks throughout the United States. Because thermal change may affect the insular qualities on similar copycat chambers not designed by 300 Below, these processors may descend to -80C while realizing damage to their contents.

300 Below collaborates with teams of all sizes, and is pleased to coordinate complex projects with large organizations around the world.

About 300 Below, Inc.

300 Below provides metallurgical engineering services as the world's largest and oldest commercial cryogenic processing company, in business since 1966. Through a liquid nitrogen based process, molecular structures of steel components are rearranged to last 200-300% longer for around 20% cost of the component. 300 Below's cryogenic tempering process acts an extension of the heat treatment process used in manufacturing defense and aerospace components, high-performance motorsports applications, 262,000+ gun barrels, sporting goods, musical instruments. 300 Below has started 156 operations in 36 countries around the world with its technology. Customers include NASA, as well as all branches of the U.S. Military and their contractors.

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