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[2017-06-21] High-quality Silencer Friction OR412 Professional Series Disc Brake Pad Set

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Brake pads are a component of disc brakes used in automotive and other applications. Brake pads are steel backing plates with friction material bound to the surface that faces the disc brake rotor. Brake pads convert the kinetic energy of the vehicle to thermal energy through friction. Two brake pads are contained in the brake caliper, with their friction surfaces facing the rotor.[1] When the brakes are hydraulically applied, the caliper clamps or squeezes the two pads together onto the spinning rotor to slow/stop the vehicle. When a brake pad heats up due to contact with the rotor, it transfers small amounts of its friction material onto the disc, leaving a dull grey coating on it. The brake pad and disc (both now having the friction material), then "stick" to each other, providing the friction that stops the vehicle.

Silencer Friction OR412 Professional Series Disc Brake Pad Set


Meets Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) as per Brake Effectiveness Evaluation Procedure (BEEP) certification, delivering a credible high quality product and confidence to the installers and consumers. Premium vehicle specific friction formulations ensure proper brake balance and stopping force. Superior noise reduction provided by slotted and champhered pads plus fully installed clip lock shims (where applicable). Image shown is representative image only - actual pads may differ in size and shape. Superior noise reduction provided by slotted and chamfered pads plus fully installed clip lock shims (where applicable). Silencer Professional friction is the choice for professional installers. Vehicle specific formulations match the friction characteristics and performance of the O.E.M's. Silencer outperforms the competition with comfortable, quiet and "easy on the pedal" stopping power.



Silencer Friction OR412 Professional Series Disc Brake Pad Set


Disc brakes offer better stopping performance as compared to drum brakes. They provide better resistance to "brake fade" caused by the overheating of brake components, and are also able to recover quickly from immersion (wet brakes are less effective). Unlike a drum brake, the disc brake has no self-servo effect—the braking force is always proportional to the pressure applied on the braking pedal lever. However many disc brake systems have servo assistance ("Brake Booster") to lessen the driver's pedal effort.

Silencer Friction OR412 Professional Series Disc Brake Pad Set
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