Möller provides you with the highest quality of brake pads and brake discs to ensure your safety and that of your family and friends. Faulty brake pads and brake discs can pose a serious threat to you and other road users.
Brake discs are an essential part of your car’s braking system. When friction is applied on the brake pad, the discs help slow down your car quickly ensuring safety. Different types of discs are designed to either improve the performance, or improve the heat dissipation. We provide you with heavy-duty pieces characterized with long life-time and affordable prices. Besides, brake pads play a crucial role for your car. They are activated when you push the brake pedal and have the role of reducing the spinning speeds of the brake discs, slowing your car down. Thus, Möller supplies you with quality performance brake pads at a reasonable price tag.
At Möller, we stock a huge selection of brake discs and brake pads for all kinds of passenger cars from some of the world’s best manufacturers. Thus, should you need to replace them, do not hesitate to contact us or head to your nearest Möller passenger parts supplier.
Types of Brake Pads
Semi-Metallic brake pads are used widely in different vehicles. They are made of steel wire or wool, graphic or copper, and friction modifiers. Besides, they are characterized with long-term durability and excellent heat transfer capability.
Non-Asbestos Organic brake pads are made of fibers, high temperature resins, and filler material. They are softer and create less noise than semi-metallic pads.
Low-Metallic NAO brake pads are made of organic material with 10%-30% metal. They are characterized by excellent braking and heat transfer capabilities.
Ceramic brake pads are made of fibers, bonding agents, and nonferrous filler material. Furthermore, they create less noise, wear down slowly, and create less dust.
Types of Brake Discs
Plain Solid Discs
They are the most basic, as fitted to ordinary cars, they just have a solid block of steel. Perfectly functional for the vast majority of users.
They are in two layers, with vent spaces between them. This increases the surface area and airflow, allowing more heat to be dissipated.
They have holes drilled through the disc, or grooves milled into the surface, with the intention of increasing the friction between the pads and discs and again increasing the surface area and airflow.
Carbon Ceramic Discs
They are much lighter than steel discs, allowing bigger brakes with more stopping power and heat capacity with less unspring mass.