DFC Launches New Ceramic Brake Pads

CERRITOS, Calif.–Brake supplier Dynamic Friction Company announced the unveiling of the DFC 5000 Euro Ceramic Brake Pads, the latest addition to its line of premium friction products.

DFC Co-Founder Dino Crescentini stated, “We have been very cognizant of the braking requirements for European vehicles. We took into account that every European vehicle requires very specific attention in order to achieve maximum factory braking in both feel and performance. As an extension of the 5000 Advanced program, the DFC 5000 Euro Ceramic pads provide the option to substitute low-metallic materials designed for certain European applications with less abrasive ceramic materials, leaving the wheels looking clean for a longer period of time.

Staying true to our axle specific approach, these ceramic materials have been selected to resemble similar performance characteristics which uniquely represent the 5000 Advanced program.”

The new DFC 5000 Euro Ceramic program consists of over 300 part numbers, covering 23,000 applications.

Dynamic Friction Company is an award-winning brake components manufacturer and supplier headquartered in Southern California. DFC offers a complete brake systems program for all passenger car, pickup, & medium duty trucks. DFC is recognized for its devotion to bringing its customers the latest and greatest in brake product available without the exorbitant costs.

The company’s products include pads, rotors, calipers, hydraulics, hardware kits, drums, shoes and sensors. DFC makes pads for passenger cars and light duty trucks, advanced applications, heavy vehicles, off roaders, performance vehicles and heavy duty-towing vehicles. You can follow DFC news at the company’s blog found at https://www.dynamicfriction.com/blog/

DFC boasts a full complement of dedicated in-house engineers and R&D staff who work vigorously to give customers first-to-market advantage and assurances that modern technological complexities are fully addressed.

David Kiley
David Kiley

David Kiley is Chief of Content for The BRAKE Report. Kiley is an award-winning business journalist and author, having covered the auto industry for USA Today, Businessweek, AOL/Huffington Post, as well as written articles for Automobile and Popular Mechanics.