3 MILLION POUNDS A YEAR
OF PAINT FILLED WITH
ENOUGH TO FILL
WHERE DOES THE PAINT GO?
As is sometimes the case, there is far more to visible or apparent corrosion than meets the eye. In the case of brakes, red rust on a rotor surface that is visible through your wheel is just the tip of the iceberg.
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This visible layer of rust may even be easily wiped away by applying the brakes a few times while driving. On the other hand, the effects of that same rust-producing environment on the brake pads (that you cannot see) in the same wheel is advanced corrosion that is progressively deteriorating and rotting with rust, creating separation between the brake friction pad and the brake system. This can result in catastrophic brake failure. It has also been observed that a high number of pads are being replaced significantly before the friction lining has been worn to a replacement level.
This study shares field-use observations related to brake friction pad rust and its direct impact on vehicle safety.
Analysis to date indicates that a relatively high number of these failures can lead to braking instability or loss of braking;
Now: Galvanized Rotor, Caliper, Shim, Brake Pads
Corrosion resistance superior to powder coating
- Longer product life: Galvanized steel will outlast the friction material
- Fit and function is improved, reduced returns, noise benefits
- Premium product that matches OE
- Visually appealing
Even friction wear
- No possibility of damage
- Perfect for harsh environments like braking
- The zinc coating forms its own oxide coating over time, further protecting steel from corrosion
- Environmentally friendly, 100% recyclable