Precision Fleet Brakes (www.precisionfleetbrakes.com) is pleased to introduce cryogenic brake technology for fleet vehicles, a revolutionary way to treat brake pads and rotors through the use of very low temperatures. Cryogenically processed brake components have an extended life of up to four times longer than original equipment.
“Our fleet customers demand a lot from their vehicles and keeping downtime to a minimum is one of the biggest challenges they face,” said Zane McCarthy, president and CEO of Precision Fleet Brakes. “Our state-of-the-art cryogenic processing system allows us to produce brake pads and rotors that can take the punishment of brutal braking and environmental wear, while keeping vehicles on the road longer between brake jobs.”
McCarthy continued, ”When you consider the longer life of our products and factor in the reduced downtime and replacement costs, you actually gain a 40 percent lower per-mile cost in parts and a 60 percent lower per-mile cost in labor.”
Precision Fleet Brakes brake components are subjected to extensive lab and road performance testing. They outlast original equipment up to four times longer, resulting in increased vehicle uptime and cost savings. Precision Fleet Brakes conforms to or exceeds the material specs of SAE J431 and SAE G3000.
About Precision Fleet Brakes:
Headquartered in Austin, TX, Precision Fleet Brakes cryogenically processes brake components to provide longer brake component life for fleet vehicles, significantly reducing the cost per mile for labor and parts. The Precision Fleet Brakes executive team has more than 50 years of combined management experience in the cryogenics and automotive industries. For more information, call (877) 624-9093 or visit www.precisionfleetbrakes.com.