How many times have you asked yourselves:"Why are some teams luckier than others? How does it come they complete a greater number of races, perform better, are always at the top?" Well, if you are waiting for them to give you the answer, you will probably have to wait for a long time. It is like asking a great chef to disclose his cooking tricks to you.
      "Cryogenics", commonly associated to NASA and other high tech usage, has found a wonderful field of employment in the sport engine world, being able to warrant their components a better performance and a longer life.
      Thinking of the circulation of this technology at industrial level, one would naturally assume that it has come into general use and that anyone in the car industry is well aware of it. Unfortunately, old habits die hard. You will always find someone saying: "I have always done it this or that way " or "How can you say that a piece has been modified when you are unable to tell the difference between before and after the processing?" Actually, many people think that an improvement is real only when they can notice it with their own eyes........WRONG!

      Ice-Tech Cryogenic Treatment does not produce any visible change to the naked eye. Molecular transformation is only detectable through particular really powerful microscopes.
      Yet, when the processed engine undergoes reassembling and testing, the difference is immediately evident (increase in power between 2% and 6%) and will be even more so during the race. Then, once the season is over and you disassemble it for the next season, you will appreciate the limited the wear on its components and will be amazed at the engine's perfect condition.
      Better performance, reduced wear and higher breaking strength are the usual results after Ice-Tech Cryogenic Treatment.


      Il Ice-Tech Cryogenic Treatment makes use of frost to modify the molecular texture of several materials, not just ferrous ones. To achieve it, it exploits special processors that are capable of reaching the lowest possible laboratory temperatures.
      Thanks to specific age-old-research software components and special computer-controlled cycles, which are carried out inside a special cryogenic chamber, temperature is lowered to designed schedules and accurately monitored. Contact between processed items and the liquefied gas used in the treatment never occurs.


      Once the processing cycle is completed, the molecular structure is definitely modified; smoother and denser than before, it totally changes its behaviour, with relevant consequences on the involved mechanical elements.
      The particular advantages for the sports engine sector include:

- higher performance (increase in power by 2-6%)
- gears reduced wear (life of processed engines may rise by 100 - 400%)
 - lower breaking risks, thanks to a better heat loss


Ice-Tech Cryogenic Treatment performs outstandingly in the car and motorcycle sectors on:

        - Engine blocks (even aluminium ones)
        - Cylinders, connecting rods, brasses, camshafts, crank shafts, valves
        - Transmissions (drives)
        - Brake discs
        - Springs
        - Any gears that are put through rotation and wear


None! Besides, Ice-Tech Cryogenic Treatment doesn't produce any dimensional changes.
What's also significant, Ice-Tech Cryogenic Treatment can be applied to the finished piece, after production, with astonishing advantages on the working side.