Premium Pairing for a Perfect Brake Job: Bendix Select Semi-Loaded Calipers and the Bendix Family of Friction

Premium Pairing for a Perfect Brake Job: Bendix Select Semi-Loaded Calipers and the Bendix Family of Friction

Honeywell Friction Materials’ Bendix Select semi-loaded calipers gives installers more options with their caliper-friction pairings. The full line of remanufactured calipers is supplied with all the hardware and components necessary for quick, easy and mistake-proof installation.

Honeywell Friction Materials’ Bendix Select semi-loaded calipers gives installers more options with their caliper-friction pairings. The full line of remanufactured calipers is supplied with all the hardware and components necessary for quick, easy and mistake-proof installation.

Bendix Select semi-loaded calipers are disassembled, cleaned, repaired and assembled to the most rigorous quality and consistency standards in the industry. They are 100 percent tested for leakage with genuine OEM testing equipment and every unit is individually wrapped in VCI (Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor) paper to give them maximum shelf life. Overall, this means less time and lower costs, and gives technicians the option to install their choice of Bendix premium brand friction brake pads.

Selecting the right brake pad is key to a successful brake job. From domestics to imports and SUVs to fleet vehicles, Bendix has the right brake pad for any vehicle. Introduced last year, the Bendix blue box brake pad formulas offer less noise, less dust and better performance than comparable aftermarket pads. The new family of semi-metallic formulas – called TitaniuMetallicII, IQ, SUV and Fleet MetLok – were engineered from a rigorous Original Equipment material development program. With a 79 percent reduction in noise and a 28 percent improvement in brake dust versus competitors’ materials, plus a completely reformulated Titanium blue coating on key products, the new family of Bendix brake pads provides superior braking performance and exceeds demanding OE mileage requirements.

For additional information, visit www.bendixbrakes.com.

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