Precision Fleet Brakes has been recognized by the University of Texas at Austin for partnering in its “Multivariate Wear Response of Cryogenically Processes Cast Iron” project, which recently concluded.
“We were delighted to be chosen by the University of Texas to take part in this project and we look forward to working on other research projects in the near future,” said Zane McCarthy, president and CEO. “We worked closely with the university’s engineering department to study the wear characteristics of cryogenically processed brake components. This was a great experience for the students and for our company. The results of the study have proven to be very beneficial to us and will play a role in cryogenic brake technology advancements.”
Precision Fleet Brakes is a unique company because they use cryogenic brake technology to treat brake pads and rotors through the use of very low temperatures. Cryogenically processed brake components have an extended life of up to four times longer than original equipment, plus they can take the punishment of brutal braking and environmental wear, while keeping vehicles on the road longer between brake jobs.
Precision Fleet Brakes’ products are subjected to extensive, independent lab and road performance testing. They 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.
For more information, visit www.precisionfleetbrakes.com.