The advantages of using cryogenic steel for golf clubs

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The advantages of using cryogenic steel for golf clubs

Post  teatylove on Tue Jun 21, 2011 4:32 am

The advantages of using cryogenic steel for golf clubs

One of the advantages of using cryogenic steel for golf clubs is that it realigns the molecular structure of steel, Ping K15 Ironshardening it and altering the performance characteristics of the club". Said Walker. Ping K15 Drivers"With the VCG Irons, the metal is placed in a Nitrogen gas filled chamber and frozen to minus 300 degrees using 'Deep Cryogenic Tempering' or DCT and after 24 hours, the metal is reheated. Callaway X22 IronThis kind of metallurgy is ideal for metals that will undergo any kind of force or pressure, ideal for golf clubs". TaylorMade R9
What happens with cryogenic freezing is the molecular structure of ordinary steel radically changes when the carbon molecules become smaller and harder into a solid, Ping G15 Ironsmore uniformed pattern. And throughout this whole process, the clubhead looks exactly the same.

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