24232 Greenway Ave, Forest Lake, MN 55025 | 651.325.5845 | choule@racecoatings.com

Ceramic Coatings, also known as Thermal Barrier Coatings, are designed to reduce the transfer of heat and to keep the heat within. We use a variety of ceramic coatings that are formulated to withstand temperatures from 1200 – 2000 degrees Fahrenheit with no adverse effects to the coatings. There are many benefits as a result of ceramic coating

including:

- Increased horsepower

- Reduction of under hood temperatures

- Reduction of corrosion and chemical

   chemical damage to parts and nearby

   components

CERAMIC

COATING

Each Ceramic Coating we perform is uniquely designed to meet your individual needs. We have ceramic coated parts for everything from classic cars to snowmobiles and aviation to marine.

- Extends the life of your parts

- Looks DAMN good

 

Powder Coating is an advanced method of applying a decorative and protective finish to virtually any type of metal.

 

The material used, also known as the powder, is a mixture of finely ground particles of pigment and resin. this is electrostatically sprayed onto the surface to be coated.The charged powder particles adhere to the electrically grounded surfaces where the powder is then heated and fused into a smooth coating in the oven. The result is a uniform, durable, high quality and attractive finish that extends the life of your parts.

POWDER

COATING

Thermal Dispersants are used on applications

requiring a high thermal conductivity to transfer heat away from a part. This is used on radiators, intercoolers and air cooled engines where heat dissipation is greatly needed to move and control the heat. Without this coating, excessive temperature can lead to metal fatigue, boiling fluids or damaging metal expansion.

THERMAL

DISPERSANTS

To reduce fatigue of internal engine parts, we use thermal barrier coatings as well as dry-film lubricants. This application is applied to the pistons, engine bearings and the main and rod journals.

 

On the top, dry-film lubricants are applied to valve stems, rocker arms, pushrods, lifters, valve springs and cam lobes. Under a heavy load, moly-based dry film lubricants can actually hold oil on the surfaces, enhancing the integrity of the oil film between the metals. These same lubricants can delay metal to metal contact if oil pressure is lost. With the reduction of friction, these lubricity coatings can offer power gains. 

INTERNAL ENGINE COATINGS