In December 2006, the inventor, assigned a U.S. patent application and all continuations therefrom that includes the ‘593 patent and another pending application. As the inventor did not disclose the existence of the patent and application to the assignees, the assignees, key principals of Performance X3, have recently asserted their ownership rights. Thus, neither inventor nor any company associated with him, including Thermal Technology Services, Inc., have any ownership rights whatsoever or licensing rights.
“We are very excited about our ownership of this patent and patent application,”
Says Tardif, “We feel there is no one in the brake rotor or brake drum market that can achieve better longevity and short stopping distances than PX3 can.”
Tardif said the processes used optimize the alignment of the atomic structure, essentially restructuring the grain in the brakes. This makes for a better part, reducing micro-cracks and micro-fissures, thus, reducing the heat build-up in a metal parts. As is commonly known, if one can reduce heat in any metal wear application, the life of a metal wear part is greatly increased. A thermal cycled brake will have a longer life expectancy by as much as 2 – 3 times, depending on the driver and route.
“PX3 is fast becoming the leader in thermal cycling and processing of metals to include bus, transit and garbage truck drums, engine components, and electrical components,”
For information about PX3 and its ownership of this intellectual property, please contact 813-300-3753
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PerformanceX3 a metal processing company specializing in the extended life of brake rotors and brakes drums, used by law enforcement and county schools.