- Brake discs are items subject to high temperatures and heat. Together with the pads, they provide friction to convert the kinetic energy (“speed”) of a car into braking.
- Manufacturing precision and shape stability are important properties for the construction of the brake disc.
- They must be perfectly balanced to avoid vibrations and even the slightest irregularity on the surface of the disc can cause vibrations during the braking.
- Nipparts brake discs meet and exceed the highest requirements in terms of material homogeneity, specifications, dimensions and steel adaptability.