Jason Fenske of Engineering Explained was intrigued by the technologies that NRS Brakes has incorporated in our patented Galvanized Brake Pads.
So Much so, we took Jason to our R&D facilities to show him why NRS Brake Pads are the world’s longest lasting brake pad on the market today.
Fully Galvanized Backing Plates
A majority of after-market brake pads today use painted back-plates and inconsistently applied adhesives to bond the friction material to the back-plate. These adhesives are easily thermally degraded during normal service.
NRS galvanic protection prevents corrosion and its ingress, affording a very robust rust inhibition over the life-time of the brake pad. Brake pads ought not to be replaced for back-plate corrosion well before they actually wear out!
Patented NRS Technology
We have engineered a Safety Braking Zone into every one of our brake pads.
Instead of adhesives, our brake pads have In-situ galvanized hooks – called SHARKMetal™ on the backing-plate surface. These hooks provide a mechanical retention of the friction material, overcoming inadequacies
of adhesive usage.
This guarantees that the friction material will never delaminate, providing a longer life and safer brake operation for the entire life of the pad.
Premium Friction Materials
We use the best engineered friction materials in our brake pads.
Our semi-metallic brake pads have more durability and longevity than traditional pads.
Ideal for passenger cars, light trucks, vans, import and domestic, our brake pads stop sooner, last longer, and are significantly quieter than traditional brake pads.
Noise Canceling Piston Insert
his revolutionary noise suppression device snaps into place and works with every open piston caliper with ease. The floating design reduces vibration, which reduces brake noise by 90%.
The noise cancelling piston insert is included with all galvanized NRS brake pads.