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Bearings are not the only part that will benefit from being coated with HM-30. Crankshafts, pistons, and other engine parts also perform better when coated. The HM-30 coating reduces friction, provides a more durable surface, and reduces wear.

The most common lubricating element in our custom precision coatings is polytetrafluouroethylene, or PTFE. Only PTFE offers the lowest coefficient of friction, is stable, and effective throughout a wide temperature range, and is inert to chemical attack. 

Phosphate coatings are especially effective where it is desirable to reduce friction, galling, and scoring on ferrous surfaces. Phosphate coatings reduces wear and is lubricative, which facilitates break-in of bearing surfaces.

Tests showed that grade (8) eight fastener will add 200 hours of protection, than a lower grade fastener. Lower grade fasteners with less carbon and chrome will not support the load of torque without having material around the hex area move or transfer.

Ceramic Head Shield coatings repel heat and keeps the outside of parts  such as heads, cylinders and motorcycles pipes cool. The coating repels the heat back into the chamber where it is needed to make the power. 

Thermal Dispersant coatings have thermal conductive properties that help transfer thermal energy more efficiently, when applied to the ideal parts (such as radiators or brake Systems) will help them run as much as 20 percent cooler!


The bottom line is that REM polishing will decrease power loss by making your driveline more efficient. Since its inception, REM polishing has revolutionized the performance capabilities of metal to metal contact parts.

We created this formulation for engines where the bearings undergo high temperature and high load. We have tested this new coating extensively on the NHRA drag racing circuit in Top Fuel, Funny Car, and Pro Stock engines.

JB-1 is an extreme performance coating for piston skirts that can be applied in layers to offer different clearance options. This coating is designed when extreme heat, load, and wear resistance is needed.


Powdercoating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that the powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form. 

"H. M. Elliott, Inc. has coated a few sets of exhaust manifolds and turbocharger turbine housings for us, with excellent results!"

Keith Soffa

"Thanks to all at H. M. Elliott, Inc. Coatings, we won 2 championships in theTORC: The Off Road Championship Series in both Pro 2 and Pro 4 this year with Cj Greaves. Another year that the coatings on the bearings held up with no issues. Thanks for all of the excellent workmanship and all of your support."

~ Mike at Golden Shamrock Enterprises

"I got my 450 tranny back together and running good as new, we had it back on the track again this weekend. WOW, WOW, WOW!!! What a total difference in the shifting, the heading to my note says it all "Smooth as butter". I let my buddy ride it and all he could say was "Chris, this bike is amazing and I think it has more horsepower too." We appreciate your hard work and service, I will be recommending your services to others for sure."

HM Elliott Coatings

387 Pit Road

Mooresville, NC 28115

Local: 704-663-8226

Toll Free: 1-844-816-6801