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Optimal relaunches brake range


Optimal has now completely revised and respecified its range of brake products by giving customers the chose between coated brake discs, high-carbon brake discs and compound brake discs.

The new brake pads from Optimal now also feature an even more perfectly adapted friction lining compound for each class of vehicle.

In future, the Optimal range of brake products will only include coated brake discs. Optimal uses a high-temperature resistant coating that provides reliable corrosion protection, they also go perfectly with aluminum rims.

Brake discs from Optimal can be clearly identified by the prefix “BS”, a four-digit number, and a “C” in the item number (e.g. BS-8474C).

In addition to the wide range of coated brake discs, Optimal now offers more than 300 high-carbon brake discs. These coated high-carbon brake discs have a greater carbon content. Due to their higher overall temperature resistance, high-carbon discs are also more resistant to deformation and lead to less “brake rubbing”. High-carbon brake discs from Optimal offer optimum, vibration-free and safe braking. They are clearly identified by the suffix “HC” – for “high-carbon” – in the item number (e.g. BS-8474HC).

In addition to its range of brake discs, Optimal has also revised and respecified its range of brake pads. The new brake pads feature improved and adapted friction lining compounds for the respective vehicle classes, which allow optimum braking distances in all conditions.

Since they are also equipped with an anti-noise shim, they noticeably reduce noise when braking the vehicle. All brake pads are ECE R90 certified. In addition, the brake pads can now be clearly traced because each product has a batch code. Furthermore, each package has a special hologram seal. From now on, all Optimal brake pads can be identified by a five-digit item number with the prefix “BP” – for “brake pad” – (e.g. BP-09540).

Optimal will present the relaunch of its range of brake products for the first time to a wider public at the Stahlgruber show in Frankfurt from May 18-19.