ACDelco Releases Stronger, More Durable Brake Products For Police Applications -

ACDelco Releases Stronger, More Durable Brake Products For Police Applications

ACDelco is releasing stronger, more durable brake products for police applications with its line of ACDelco Professional DuraStop Police Brake Pads and Rotors. The line is designed for and made of materials selected expressly for the heavy-duty driving applications of police cars.

ACDelcoACDelco is releasing stronger, more durable brake products for police applications with its line of ACDelco Professional DuraStop Police Brake Pads and Rotors.

The line is designed for and made of materials selected expressly for the heavy-duty driving applications of police cars. According to ACDelco, the pads have a unique compound and are attached to the backing plate with a stronger bond to help prevent separation that can occur with the high temperatures generated by some types of police driving. In addition, they are made with a constrained layer shim that helps reduce noise, the company adds.

The rotors are designed with a unique vane configuration that optimizes airflow to help dissipate heat, while their damped iron material is sturdy and helps reduce noise and vibration, ACDelco says. The rotors also are treated with a polymer binding coating that protects against corrosion and enhances durability.

ACDelco Professional DuraStop Police Brake Pads and Rotors are offered for all popular police vehicle models. Learn more by visiting acdelco.com.

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