Rotary Engine Rotor Coatings
The Wankel engine combustion faces of the rotor are thermal barrier coated. The coating thickness is from from 1 or 2 thousandths of an inch and even 3 to 4 thousandths of an inch. The reason for this coating is to give a thermal barrier, which blocks much of the heat made in the internal combustion process. This coating stops the transfer directly onto the rotor body, lowering the rotor and the motor oil temperature. The thermal barrier coating we offer is designed to prevent carbon build up on combustion faces of the rotor. This coating is for any rotary engine run low or high horsepower and high boost to prevent detonation and more reliability.
Rotary Engine Side Housing Coating (Front, Intermediate and Rear Housing)
Dry film coating are applied to the rotors riding surfaces the side housings themselves. Rotary engines factory housings are nitrated for extra hardness and chrome plated. Dfl coatings is a better way because the their is zero metal to metal contact. The Dfl coating is a lubricant all Wankel are in improperly lubricated. Dfl coating applied to side housings work to reduce friction dramatically when compared to a factory nitrated surface.
Rotary Engine internal Gear (Front Stationary and rear Stationary gear)
Were their is friction you will find heat the dry film coatings we offer helps reduce friction and abrasive wear. Dry film coating provides lubrication even at 350,000PSI and is not affected by dust or dirt. Our coating can handle extreme conditions of high performance engines with more strength and durability.