300 Below/CryoTech is the founder of commercial cryogenic processing, in business since 1966.
Cryo Rotor Brake Rotors
Cryogenically Treated Brake Rotor
“More than DOUBLE your brake life.”
Cryo Rotor brake technology helps increase life for all types of brake rotors. Our special process gives you better performance and more than doubles the life of your rotors… Guaranteed! Originally developed for high performance racing teams, our Cryo Rotor process can improve stopping power and longevity in high stress conditions.
Because of our proven results, 300 Below’s Cryo Rotor brake technology is recognized by emergency response organizations around the nation. We have treated brake rotors for all types of emergency vehicles like ambulances, fire engines, airport response units and police cruisers, which can all benefit from our proprietary process. Transportation providers using taxi cabs and shuttle services rely on Cryo Rotor brake technology to reduce their downtime and cut costs. Fleet vehicles for delivery service providers also see performance gains throughout their entire fleet.
Longer life means less costs for you in maintenance and labor.
Our 50% Promise means you’ll save 50% on labor, 50% on rotor costs and 50% on downtime.
Volume Pricing is available for large fleets.
Who is talking about Cryo Brake Technology?
|“Our fleet mechanic reports that the rotors are showing none of the warpage or heat cracks encountered with non-treated rotors!…The life of the brake rotor has increased by over 3 1/2 times that of an untreated rotor.” – Ambulance Company|
|“In ongoing tests, a State Police program reports Cryo Brake treated rotors had triple the life and showed no signs of warpage or cracking – with the tests still going.” – State Police Testing Program|
Race teams report treated rotors let them compete in longer races on shorter tracks:
“The … rotors are in a word – AMAZING! The customer’s production based road race car was EATING BRAKE ROTORS and PADS. Not only did the … treated rotors easily last all weekend, but there was still brake pad left – almost 40 percent.” – Road Racing Team