King Racing’s Tech Seminar at PRI to Focus on Coated Race Bearings - Engine Builder Magazine

King Racing’s Tech Seminar at PRI to Focus on Coated Race Bearings

King Engine Bearings will discuss the effects of coated bearings on race engine performance at King Racing’s technical seminar "Coated vs. Non Coated Bearings" that will be held at the 2016 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show. This free event will take place on Thursday, December 8th from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm in Room 239.

 

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King Engine Bearings will discuss the effects of coated bearings on race engine performance at King Racing’s technical seminar “Coated vs. Non Coated Bearings” that will be held at the 2016 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show. This free event will take place on Thursday, December 8th from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm in Room 239 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN.

King’s pMaxKote is a new approach to coated bearings. In contrast to today’s coating material, King’s pMaxKote is a non-sacrificial layer that has a proven superior wear resistance and protection against metal-to-metal contact.

“Intensive research and testing of different polymer based coating materials lead to the development of this ideal coating formula for extreme race conditions”, said Ron Sledge, King’s Performance & Technical Manager. “Enhanced wear and cavitation resistance and superior anti-seizure are only a few of our pMaxKote performance benefits”.

During the seminar, Ron will discuss the material and performance advantages of King’s new factory applied pMaxKote vs. today’s traditional coatings.

Topics include: maximizing performance and reliability by choosing the right coating material, how to minimize cavitation damage and create a superior lubrication regime, and more.

Attendees who visit King’s PRI booth #601 in the Green Hall will have a chance to perform the pMax Black overlay scratch test with the opportunity to instantly win a prize.

For priority seating at the King Racing seminar, contact King at 800-772-3670 or e-mail [email protected].

For more information: www.kingracingline.com or www.kingbearings.com.

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