The results are in… And our customers are satisfied! Click the company names below to read their comments. Sooner or later your competition will be using the RF85 technology. When will you?
Our AT30 Rockmaster tool has many components that have made it a success. None are more important than the RF85 treatment that has essentially doubled the life of the bearings in the tool. Since we began exclusively using this process for the AT30 Rockmaster tool, our customers have been extremely pleased with the results.
The RF85 process has been beneficial to Gerdau by increasing bearing life and saving time and money by eliminating the need to grease bearings. We also avoid marking the finished product with dripping grease in high heat applications.
We have adopted the RF85 coating process on our barrels and unlock blocks on our new BullPup 9mm semi-automatic handgun. The results have been quite good and has helped eliminate the anti-seize grease that this system started out requiring. We are in the beginning stages of the RF85 usage and will have more reports to come on its impressive qualities. View the BullPup 9mm here.
Gordon Bond, President
Bond Arms, Grandbury, TX
Through extensive testing with various methodologies, we have found the use of this “nano” technology to greatly improve both repeatability and reproducibility on internal and external ballistics on various projectiles. The standard deviations have been greatly reduced versus non-treated projectiles.
G. Christopher Tedford, President and COO
True Velocity Incorporated, LLC- Garland, TX
Here at Anderson Manufacturing we have been using the RF85 metal treatment on our AR15 rifles with great success. Our rifles cycle faster and run cooler and last longer with RF85 than any other lubricant on the market. It adds nothing to the product dimensions because it treats the metal. It is not a coating! It has been proven in top laboratories to be the best in reducing friction without the mess of oils or grease. There is absolutely nothing that compares to RF85!
Carl Anderson President, Anderson Manufacturing
Tiger Rear Ends
On our journey to perfect the Tiger Rear End, which is already the industries bench mark, we never stopped looking for ways to improve our product. So we have come to be in collaboration with RF85. After each race we would bring the rear in our shop, open it up and inspect the rear, and would disassemble the locker. After 18 races the rear end looked like the day it was built. The last three races were run with only one quart of oil. Those were two 150 laps and a 300 laps. The temperature the rear end oil never exceeded 195 º f . RF85 allowed the rear end not to fight the windage which gave the car a quicker response and at the same time reduced wear on the parts.
Gerald Williams, Tiger Rear Ends
Mt. Ulla, NC 28125
Reiff and Nestor
In reference to the 3/4-14 NPT C-30397 Detail #2 test t aps for Conbraco in pageland, South Carolina taps were run in Lead Cast Brass without any coolant. Taps ran extremely well. running in excess of 48,000 parts before and re-grinds. Taps ran for a full month, May 23, 2006 to June 22, 2006 finished three (3) different orders, gaging was still dead on and finish of thread was excellent. Tap was pulled becasue they wanted to test another competitor’s tap. End user was very impressed with results and we have since quoted four (4) different sizes.
PatrickJ. Savage, Reiff & Nestor Company
Lykens, PA 17048
After having the quick change rear end treated with your RF85, we ran the car for 7 racing programs in Florida the first week of February. These 3rd members normally hold 4 quarters of rear-end grease. We were able to lower the amount of grease to 1 quart and record a rear-end temperature of 180 degrees Fahrenheit. We were very impressed with the low temperature.
When we re-examined the rear-end, we could find no wear or heat discoloration.
We also had you treat the slip spine on our transmission. We noticed when the unit was assembled that is was very noticeably freer and remained so through all 7 nights of racing.
The first three events we ran a 415CID Chevy small block which we ran at 8500 RPM and it maintained 180 degrees of water temperature and 200-200 degrees oil temperature. The last four events ran an identical 415CID engine which was dyno-tested at 796 horsepower. The engine was disassembled and treated with RF85, then reassembled and dyno tested at 810 horsepower. When we ran this engine in competition, it maintained a water temperature of only 140-160 degrees Fahrenheit and oil temperature of 180-200 degrees.
We are very impressed with the results of the RF85 treatment. The temperature reductions were truly amazing. Thank you very much for y our help.
Jonh P. Mason, Mason Racin’
Millersburg, OH 44654
Volk Enterprises, Inc.
As you know, we have been running our mold with RF85 for over a year with no lubrication and much less maintenance. Prior to treating our mold with RF85 we would occasionally have a ejector pin that would gall, which would result in a lot of down time and costs. Since treating our mold, we have not had this happen. For us, it is a no brainer.
Volk Enterprises Inc.