Several different types of brake pads


1) Semi-metal brake pads. Semi-metal sheet has excellen […]

1) Semi-metal brake pads. Semi-metal sheet has excellent friction performance, high temperature resistance, moderate Brinell hardness and long service life. However, it requires a higher braking pressure to achieve the same braking effect, especially in low temperature environments where high metal content wears the brake disc and produces more noise. At the same time, the braking heat is transmitted to the brake caliper and its components, which will accelerate the aging of the brake caliper, the piston seal and the return spring. If the heat is not properly treated, the heat will reach a certain temperature level, which will cause the brake to shrink and the brake fluid to boil.

(2) Non-asbestos, low metal brake pads. The improved asbestos-free, low-metal brake pads are different from traditional semi-metal brake pads. They are completely formulated with an organic formula and a small amount of copper or steel for heat conduction and better braking. Noise and service life problems, with stable braking torque, moderate hardness, low wear rate, good dual compatibility, no asbestos dust pollution, long service life, etc.

(3) Ceramic brake pads. Ceramic brake pads are the top products in the brake pad industry. They consist of ceramic fibers, iron-free filler materials, adhesives, and a small amount of metal.