Ceramic brake pads. The comparative new kid on the block is the ceramic brake pad. Ceramic pads are composed of a dense ceramic material (like pottery fired in a kiln) with embedded copper fibers. In use since the 1980s, ceramic pads were developed as an alternative replacement for organic and semi-metallic brake pads.
Repeated the brake friction material, the better, the less likely the brake atrophy, which makes the brake pedal feel good.Good materials will also reduce wear and tear, lower noise.Earlier NAO brake pads only has reached the requirement of part, but now have been fully achieved.Now the NAO brake pads than asbestos brake lining obviously prolong service life, at the same time also to extend the service life of the brake drum and brake disc.
Organic brake pads, sometimes called nonasbestos organic brake pads, are made from natural materials liked glass and rubber, as well as resins that can withstand high heat. In fact, the high heat helps to bind the brake pad materials together. Kevlar is also an important component in many organic brake pads.