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SHOCKTOWER DRAWING REVISION 3.4.5


The Lowdown on High Pressure Cylinder Head And Shoulders Above The Rest.


It’s a new high in innovation at CEC. Our latest breakthrough: solution heat treatment of high-pressure die casting (HPDC) parts. Our new heat-treatment technologies and processes substantially reduce casting distortion and blisters when heat-treating the most advanced alloys and parts, enabling customers to improve material properties as never before.


A CAST SAVINGS OF $1,150,920.00 Compare CEC’s revolutionary CleanCast®


process with less


efficient conventional cylinder head casting processes. To see a detailed cost comparison, visit our website at cec-intl.com/CleanCast.


CEC has always risen above when it comes to innovation. Our latest innovation is CleanCast®


a new heat-treating process that eliminates the need for any baskets, racks or trays.


No longer do you have to invest in baskets, racks and trays or return conveyors. Nor maintain them. Nor replace them. Nor spend energy and time heating them. Introducing CleanCast®


We’re helping to make the most difficult castings lighter, stronger, better, and less expensive, while also minimizing floor space and pollution. From the innovative minds that brought you CleanCast and 3 in 1, now comes a breakthrough in HPDC heat treatment. It’s a new high in innovation. It’s a new low in part size, weight and cost.


, – a new high in innovation, a new low in your operating costs.


Inn vative to the C re.


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www.cec-intl.com e-mail: sales@cec-intl.com 770-422-5100


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