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Asia Evaluation and Expansion Means Favorable Forecast for Investors in Cryogenic Processing Technology

Cryogenic tempering is growing in popularity as manufacturing margins shrink and companies pursue new cost saving methodologies, with an average of 300% longer life on wearable components obtained for only 20% cost of the items. With 1 million+ pounds of metals treated annually, and recent cryogenic processors (ultra-low temperature freezer units) installed into Japan and Singapore, 300 Below, Inc. seeks brand expansion and service opportunities for manufacturing clients in Malaysia and Thailand.

Decatur, IL (PRWEB) May 31, 2014

Since 1966, 300 Below, Inc. / Cryo-Tech has produced innovations in the construction and delivery of its American-made industrial cryogenic processing equipment and heat treatment profiles that support its two-part metal enhancement treatment service known as cryogenic tempering.

New market opportunities from Thailand’s increases in commercial vehicle production and the modernization of Malaysia’s defensive capabilities prompted 300 Below to send staff to both countries in order to establish joint venture relationships as well as a framework for new investment and technology transfer of its popular metal enhancement technologies.

ASEAN nations are increasingly interested in applying cost saving enhancements to their manufacturing operations. Following an irreversible one-time change to molecular structures, cryogenically treated metal parts stay harder, last longer, and perform better, resulting in down time reduction for manufacturers, as well as decreased replacement costs from parts that wear out from cycle fatigue and failure. The properties of thermomechanical stress relief and martensitic phase transformation explain this structural enhancement of metals following their deep freeze and subsequent tempering.

“Manufacturers are flocking to Asia, and they seek our cryogenic expertise. Through trusted channels, we are fortunate to establish relationships with business partners who are already established in tangential industries and are capable of quickly bringing our equipment and our technology into their existing factory operations,” said Prescott Paulin, International Research Consultant for 300 Below, Inc. “300 Below’s joint venture partners are successful in their local business environments, and maintain deep local business and political relationships to ensure our technology is adopted rapidly with minimal hurdles.”

New joint venture partners receive 300 Below’s ongoing expert knowledge in cryogenic tempering, best practices for marketing and new business development, mentorship, training, as well as access to compartmentalized business systems that aid in research and development, account management, and decentralized process control of cryogenic treatment equipment.

In addition to supporting its joint venture partners, 300 Below maintains industry best practices in every operating environment, continually offering its best-in-class 100% money back guarantee on all cryogenic treatment services, for any reason, at any time following treatment. Frequent applications for cryogenic processing include tooling, dies, molds, stamping, and other wearable metal industrial manufacturing components.

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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