Gregg Hekimian, Author at Engine Builder Magazine
How Real Cryogenics Are Done

The word cryogenics has been misused, abused and mutilated for many years, causing failure, doubt and false accusations on the true laws of physics.

Cryogenics is Real and It Works – You Just Can’t See It

Cryogenics is a process in which material such as steel and aluminum are exposed to severe cold, down to -320 degrees F to make them more durable and stabilize the metal or aluminum. The closer you get to absolute zero (-459.67 F) the better, but you better not cross that line of -460 F.

Military-Spec Coatings

How thermal coatings can benefit multiple engine areas M ilitary coatings are exponentially better than commercial coatings. At my shop, Hekimian Racing Engines in Watertown, MA, we use what are known as Mil-Coats, proprietary coating combinations for engine components. These are not available through your commercial channels. Hekimian Racing Engines’ coatings are proprietary, and Mil-Coat