New Technology Goes A Long Way To Help Budget Strapped Municipalities.

PerforamnceX3, a provider of brake drums and rotors to cities, county and state government.
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June 11, 2009 - PRLog -- PerformanceX3 was recently interviewed by Inside Business Today, one of the nation's leading business media companies concerning the company's proprietary Harmonic Balance process and how the process not only saves clients considerable monies, but dramatically increases environmental friendliness and green initiatives.

Inside Business Today had their researchers look for new technology that looks very promising for today and the future.  Mike Tardif, President of PerformanceX3 was very surprised when he received the call from them to do an interview.  It had seemed that they had done their homework about technology that would help clients and the environment.

Inside Business Today thoroughly investigated the company's trade secret technology that makes brake rotors and drums last 3 times longer than untreated drums and rotors.  Mr. Tardif explained how the company’s Harmonic Balance process aligns the grains structure of metal much tighter than any other process.  It is simple he stated . . . ‘Cooler parts last longer’.  And when counties heard about how long the company's rotors and drums were lasting new orders drastically increased.

‘When you can tell counties and municipalities that you can decrease their brake maintenance budget by well over 50% you get their attention fast’ said Tardif.  ‘It gives them one less worry, they know that they can cut their budget but still get a quality part that will not put safety in jeopardy.’

‘Our machines are considered green machines because the gas we use comes directly out of the air, so we are not causing any pollution’. Tardif said.  ‘We know the push is for companies that do business with the government to become as green as possible and we believe

we are well on our way, with the rotors or drums lasting 3 times longer we even cut down on the scrap in the junk yards.’

Inside Business Today can be seen on MNBC and CNN Check with your local cable provider for times and schedule.  

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