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Product Release Update:

May 12th 2008

Diversified Cryogenics, Inc. & are proud to introduce our highly anticipated line of brake rotors Frozen Rotors® - Slotted

Frozen Rotors® - Slotted brand brake rotors are cryogenically treated by Diversified Cryogenics, the same company that has been producing the original Frozen Rotor® for the past 12 years. We have been slotting brake rotors for our customers for the last ten years, however we have never advertised this optional upgrade on our website. We are now proud to say this performance enhancement will be available on most of our long lasting Frozen Rotor® brand of brake rotors.

Our slotting is performed on a CNC machining center for precise accuracy and balance. We slot our rotors to the discard depth of the brake rotor so when the slots are no longer visible you will know that the brake rotor needs replacing. Frozen Rotors® - Slotted brake rotors provide your vehicle with better brakes by reducing brake fade when brake pad gasses build up on the rotor surface. They will give you better stopping power in wet weather by providing a channel for water to escape. Slotted brake rotors keep the brake pads clean which gives you improved brake bite. Why would you need a slotted brake rotor? Slotted brake rotors are recommended for performance cars and trucks. If you drive a Truck or SUV and pull trailers or use your vehicle to haul heavy loads slotted rotors give you that extra confidence and braking power to stop your vehicle. Our racing customers have been using this service for years!

NEW! Frozen Rotors® - Slotted
  • Provides improved braking “bite”
  • Cleans and refreshes the pad surface
  • Prevents gases from collecting between the pad and rotor interface
  • Better wet weather braking
  • Enhanced aesthetic appearance
  • Removes stone chips that can score rotors


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