A metal–ceramic and graphite iron friction material that is suitable
for both dry and wet friction applications.
High static friction coefficient.
Good abrasive resistance.
High braking power to 500°C.
The sintered friction material is soldered to the copper coated
backing plate, so Separation (which can happen with organic material)
is virtually eliminated
as a Failure risk.
Low abrasive interaction with the brake rotor material.
about 20% lesser wear
MATERIAL OPERATING PARAMETERS:
P < 5.0 Mpa.
V < 40m.s-1
Constant maximum temp.:
Short time maximum temp.:
Replacement of brake pads should be done in dry clean conditions.
If the friction material Comes into contact with oil or brake fluid and the liquid
soaks into the pores of the friction Material, a catastrophic fall in friction
coefficient (braking performance) could occur.
Braking performance is significantly influenced by the quality
of the braking surface of the Disc rotor, by the age and quality
of the brake fluid, and by the correct choice of Complementary friction