Continuing into the New Millennium
Childs & Albert has developed a new
ring technology for both racing and
general performance. Knowledge
gained over the last 25 years of ring
manufacturing has led to the development
of two new piston rings. For the
ultimate in plasma moly rings Childs
& Albert has developed the new
Dura-Moly compression ring. Simply
stated it is the best moly ring money
can buy, bar none! Available in 1/16,
043, 017, 031, 5/64 cross sections.
The Childs & Albert Dura-Moly Ring
is a newly designed ring, not just
another re-hash of old technology.
Unlike other conventional moly types
the Dura-Moly Ring, made from
premium ductile iron, is precision finished
over the entire outside surface
before the moly is applied.
Additionally, the moly is applied (plasma
process) at a much higher impact
rate than normal. This high density
plasma process virtually eliminates the
fracturing and flaking common with
other types. The net result is 63%
increase compression ring life, 50%
less cylinder wall wear and superior
sealing characteristics, providing the
engine builder and performance
enthusiast with unequaled reliability.
ZGS Technology (Zero Gap Second)
The ZGS Taper Face Ring was designed to provide superior combustion pressure control by reducing end gap leakage, as well as increase intake efficiency. Clearly the ZGS Taper Face Ring has exceeded all original expectations. The ZGS Taper Face Piston Ring stands alone as the single most significant performance advantage in piston ring technology in recent years.
Dynamometer testing over the past five years has shown that the ZGS Taper Face Ring Sets product 9% more horsepower with an increase of 18-20 ft/lbs of torque.
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