Our Jay Leno Webcast
We recently recorded a webcast for Jay Leno's Garage. It is presented here with Jay's permission. Jay is interested in high lighting American technology. The webcast was a result conversations between Jay's garage manager and Controlled Thermal's Mike Pinkine. To the far right is a picture of Jay and Controlled Thermal's Rick Diekman along side the Applied Cryogenics CP-500vi processor used in the webcast. To the right is Jay with Controlled Thermal's racing specialist Roger Schiradelly. Also at the webcast was Zane McCarthy, the president of Precision Fleet Brakes. Precision Fleet is a company that was set up by Rick, Zane, and Ken Wickham to sell processed brakes to fleets. Controlled Thermal and Rick were influential in getting Precision Fleet Brakes accepted by the US Postal Service. We designed equipment for them and worked on process parameters. Controlled Thermal asked Zane to be there as it was an excellent venue to explain the benefits of our cryo treated brakes. We have since decided to sell our own line of brakes due to differences in company philosophy.
We would like to thank Jay and the staff of his garage for the hospitality they extended to us during the filming of this segment. They are truly a great team of
people. Thanks are also due to our technological partner Air Liquide for providing liquid nitrogen on site for the filming.
Jay has a premier collection of automobiles, motorcycles, steam engines, and related art and memorabilia. To see some of his collection, go to his website at www.jaylenosgarage.com.