Precision Fleet Brakes announces its cryogenically processed rotors for Isuzu NPR light-duty commercial vehicles lasted four times longer than traditional OE rotors during SAE 2707 (Method B) testing, which was recently conducted by Greening Testing Laboratories, Inc. (GTL), an independent and certified testing facility.
“We’re thrilled with the latest Greening test results, as it further proves that our cryogenically processed brake components simply last longer than OE,” said Zane McCarthy, president and CEO of Precision Fleet Brakes. “In fact, all of our brake components are subjected to independent lab and road performance testing. Every single component has to pass rigorous requirements before it’s stamped as Precision Fleet Brakes.”
“It’s very unusual for a company to test every part number they produce,” said C. W. Greening Jr., president of GTL. “In doing so, Precision Fleet Brakes has shown they understand the vehicle-specific nature of brake system components and has taken the extra steps to quantify their process as it relates to those vehicles and fleets they serve.”
Cryogenic brake technology is a revolutionary way to treat brake pads and rotors through the use of very low temperatures. Precision Fleet Brakes brake components 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.
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