Brake Engineering has extended its product range with the addition of six new parts, including four new brake calipers and two new brake discs.
The braking specialist is keen to bring new, high quality products to the marketplace and its wide range highlights its commitment to delivering exceptional service.
The additional brake calipers cover a variety of vehicles including: Volvo XC60 (2008-14); Dacia Duster (2012); and Renault Captur (2013), Fluence (2010), Megane (2008-14), and Scenic (2009-12).
Also introduced this month are two brake discs that cover vehicle applications such as Audi TT (2006-14) and S3 (2013-14); Seat Leon (2014); Skoda Octavia (2013); and Volkswagen CC (2011-13), Golf (2012-13), Passat (2010-14), and Passat CC (2008-10).
In 2015, Brake Engineering launched 70 new parts covering more than 800 vehicle applications across all braking product groups. This reflects its commitment to product development, which enables it to offer complete braking unit solutions to its customers.
Brake Engineering has remanufactured calipers since 1981. As part of the process, accepted core units are fully dismantled and all wearing parts of a caliper are completely replaced with 100percent brand new components including pistons, seals and sliders.
Each unit is only released into the market once it passes stringent multi-stage high and low pressure tests, as used at OE level. The caliper is a vital component of Brake Engineering’s full line braking range, which also includes a complete range of discs, drums, pads, shoes and hydraulics.