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Precision Fleet Brakes Expands Cryogenic Brake Processing Capacity

Precision Fleet Brakes has expanded its cryogenic brake processing capacity. Cryogenically processed brake components are treated through the use of very low temperatures and have an extended life of up to four times longer than original equipment ....

Precision Fleet Brakes has expanded its cryogenic brake processing capacity, according to Zane McCarthy, president and CEO of Precision Fleet Brakes. Cryogenically processed brake components are treated through the use of very low temperatures and have an extended life of up to four times longer than original equipment.

“Our fleet customers are interested in keeping their vehicles on the road longer between brake jobs. Because of the increasing interest in brake rotors and pads with a vastly extended life, we expanded our state-of-the-art cryogenic processing system to accommodate that demand,” said McCarthy. “The longer life of our products along with the reduced downtime and replacement costs result in 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, and conform to or exceed SAE J431 and SAE G3000 specifications.

For more information, visit www.precisionfleetbrakes.com.

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