Remsa pads are the pinnacle of European quality. Remsa are rated to 650 degrees whilst still delivering low rotor wear and noise! Remsa come with noise reducing features such as a relief grooves and shamfers in the pad material, as well as a soft backing shims as standard. Remsa brake pads also come standard with the electronic wear sensors where required!
WHO IS REMSA?
Remsa is part of the TRW Group (the world's leading manufacturer of friction material) and was established in 1970, with its years of extensive manufacturing knowledge and experience in producing automotive brake parts, it holds a significant position in the world’s automotive brake parts industry. All Remsa Brake Pads are produced in factories across Europe. It has established ten production and logistic plants across Europe and America supplying customers with exceptional quality products and services..
Remsa’s brake pads have undertaken a comprehensive Road and full scale dynamometer test. AK- Master Test evaluates that the quality of Remsa brake pads are in best performance and going beyond the O.E results of some of the most popular and extended European Vehicle.
Remsa manufactures over 100 million pieces of brake pads annually in order to meet world demand and supply its customers a most complete product range. The range cover up to 99.4% of European, American, Japanese, Korean and Australian applications with more than 2000 references. Accessories that are fully in line with OES specifications are also included in most Remsa Brake pads. All Remsa pads are produced to OE specifications. Most aftermarket supplier in Europe evaluate ECE90 specifications as excellence. However,Remsa only set this as their minimum standard.
HPT (HIGH PRESSURE TREATMENT)
A new manufacturing process has been recently implemented in Remsa factories codenamed HPT (High Pressure Treatment). Now pads are scorched with electrical heated steel table system at 650ºC and accelerated heat interchange applying 10.000 N press force per brake pad thus ensuring that the complete surface of the pad is evenly cured. This process provides a shorter bedding-in period and an efficient brake operation just upon installation as typical O.E.M. pads performance required to work the most severe conditions.