Source: Brembo announcement
Stezzano, Italy – Even a small detail can make a difference. Enesys, Energy Saving System® is Brembo’s new braking solution, a technical innovation which further enhances the efficiency and performance of the car’s braking system and contributes to an emissions reduction.
Enesys is an acronym of ENErgy Saving sYStem, the name of Brembo’s new generation of brake spring technology, designed to diminish the brake residual torque.
The spring’s task is to make sure that the brake pads return to their initial position in the caliper once the brake pedal is released, thus avoiding undesired friction between the pads and the brake disc.
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Thanks to Enesys, Energy Saving System®, this process is further improved, providing multiple major benefits.
The new spring reduces possible residual contacts between pads and discs while the driver is not braking. This small yet ultra-efficient solution prioritizes a reduction of both emissions and energy waste, while also guaranteeing an overall increase in performance of a vehicle with the same engine, power and weight.
Enesys, Energy Saving System® further contributes to lowering vehicle emissions because it limits brake pad and disc wear, decreasing the brake dust generated by residual friction.
Avoiding excessive wear also means reducing the products’ maintenance needs and increasing their duration.
This latest introduction further confirms Brembo’s commitment to always improving and developing more sustainable products and processes.
Brembo SpA is the world leader and acknowledged innovator of disc brake technology for automotive vehicles. Brembo supplies high performance brake systems for the most important manufacturers of cars, commercial vehicles and motorbikes worldwide, as well as clutches and other components for racing. Brembo is also a leader in the racing sector and has won more than 400 championships. Today the company operates in 14 countries on three continents, with 24 production and business sites, and a pool of about 10,600 employees, about 10 percent of whom are engineers and product specialists active in the research and development. Brembo is the owner of the Brembo, Breco, AP, Bybre, and Marchesini brands and operates through the AP Racing brand.