One Million Miles Of Testing For Raybestos Brand Element3 Brake Pads - aftermarketNews

One Million Miles Of Testing For Raybestos Brand Element3 Brake Pads

According to BPI, Element3 brake pads tested for unsurpassed performance across a range of problematic brake tendencies, including: high pitch noise, low end groan, high energy braking, high coefficient of friction requirements, heavy-duty requirements and high wear.

MCHENRY, Ill. – Brake Parts Inc. (BPI) has reported that its new Element3 brake pads with Enhanced Hybrid Technology (EHT) from Raybestos brand brakes have been subjected to 1 million miles of testing. The pads are backed by a two-year, trouble-free performance guarantee.
 
“Element3 brake pads are best known for the innovation, performance and stopping power of enhanced hybrid technology, and there’s good reason,” said Terry Heffelfinger, vice president of product development
R&D/quality, Brake Parts Inc. “After a million miles of vehicle testing, Element3 friction showed outstanding performance across a range of test criteria.”
 
According to BPI, Element3 brake pads tested for unsurpassed performance across a range of problematic brake tendencies, including: high pitch noise, low end groan, high energy braking, high coefficient of friction requirements, heavy-duty requirements and high wear.
 
The validation test plan included the following dynamometer tests: SAE J2784-Performance, Link CA (Conformity Assessment) Report Format to FMVSS 135, USCT (US City Traffic) Dyno-Noise/Wear-Link, ISO26867-Performance-Link, LASD Link-Performance/Wear, BPI HR055-Performance/Wear, BPI V70-Performance and BPI V130 Performance/Wear/Noise. In addition, the 1 million miles of real world testing were performed on domestic, foreign nameplate, police fleet and municipal fleet vehicles equipped with Element3 brake pads.
 
For more information on new Element3 brake pads with Enhanced Hybrid Technology (EHT) or other Raybestos brand brake products, talk with a local sales representative or visit www.element3eht.com or www.RaybestosBrakes.com.
 
 
 

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