The three primary causes of brake pads deterioration are rust, corrosion, and long-term wear and tear. Every brake pad has friction material (brake lining) affixed to a steel plate. When the driver steps on the brake pedal, this friction material is pressed against a spinning rotor to slow or stop the vehicle.
Every braking action slowly wears down the brake pad lining. In fact, small particles break away from the lining each time you slow down your vehicle. Conventional brake pads last between 30,000 to 40,000 miles before the lining is completely gone.
On the other hand, electric vehicle brake pads don’t suffer as much wear and tear from excessive mileage because most electric vehicles have regenerative braking systems installed. A regenerative braking system depends more on the vehicle’s electric motor than the brake pads to slow down the vehicle. As a result, your EV brake pads won’t wear down as quickly.
Some electric vehicle brake pads can last over 100,000 miles with proper care. However, you must ensure your electric vehicle isn’t exposed to wet or rainy road conditions too often. Since the EV brake pads are positioned closer to the ground, they will quickly get covered with water and dirt if the roads are saturated.
For this reason, you’ll need brake pads that can withstand these conditions daily.
NRS EV Brake Pads Are Superior
Electric vehicles require superior brake pads that withstand rust, corrosion, and heat. Unfortunately, conventional brake pads for electric cars don’t offer this kind of protection against these three hazards. But if you choose NRS EV brake pads, you will get this protection and much more.
NRS EV brake pads are special galvanized brake pads with award-winning NRS technology incorporated into their unpainted zinc steel plating. They offer maximum durability and dependability against the most common road hazards and weather conditions.
Here are four good reasons why you should install NRS EV brake pads into your electric vehicle braking system:
Corrosion can become a significant problem for electric vehicle brake pads if they don’t have the proper zinc plating technology to protect them. NRS EV brake pads use the most advanced zinc plating technology to ensure the steel plates never become corroded after exposure to water and moisture. Therefore, corrosion will never be a problem when using our brake pads.
Conventional brake pads use copper in their friction material because it can transfer heat efficiently and brake a vehicle smoothly. However, copper is also a toxic substance released into the environment each time the brakes are applied.
NRS EV brake pads are made 100% copper-free. Therefore, no toxic substances will get released into the environment if you use our brake pads in your electric vehicle.
Premium Friction Materials
The best brake pads should always possess high-quality friction materials. Our brake pads are made with premium friction materials that have been thoroughly tested and proven to exceed OEM standards. Their high-performance attributes will allow your electric vehicle to withstand most driving conditions.
NRS EV brake pads last longer than conventional brake pads because of our patented galvanized mechanical attachment built into them. This attachment secures the friction material onto the steel backing plate to prevent it from separating over time. That is why our NRS EV brake pads can last well over 100,000 miles.
Are you interested in learning more about our innovative NRS EV brake pads? Call us at 1-877-677-2725 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.