- Pad Compressibility Increase
- Noise and Vibration Reduction
- CoF stability Improvement
- Fading reduction
- US made products
- Artificial Graphite Custom Classification (ARG and HRS Grades)
Improvement in Brake Pad Compressibility
HRS19 improves the performance based on the SAE J2522. The test results compare the HRS19 performance with an Aftermarket award winning NAO brake pad and clearly shows a stable coefficient of friction in the formulation using the HRS as a replacement to regular graphite.
A closer look at the Fade section 9 shows the most outstanding feature of this high resiliency synthetic (HRS) graphite: the high stability in coefficient of friction (CoF) exhibiting almost ZERO fading in this section, important factor for braking reliability and torque blending in electric and hybrid vehicles. The stability of the coefficient of friction is related to the homogenous and stable friction layer formation on the brake pad surface, which also contributes to lower wear rates, equals low braking particle emission, an added advantage from an environmental perspective.