Industry News

February 2007 Issue

Nickle Carbide Jugs: Low Wear, No Rust

ECI pioneered the process with its CermiNil and a competitor has since emerged. With positive owner reports, we think nickle is a cost-effective option.

It may seem utter apostasy or even a fairy tale, but there once was a time when engine cylinders and crankshafts weren’t considered snake-bit parts. You could reasonably expect them to make to advertised TBO and beyond.

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