Tuesday, January 26

Galvanized NRS Brakes for Mercedes-Benz V8s

Source: NRS Brakes announcement

TORONTO – NRS Brakes has recently added to its product line galvanized brake pads for the Mercedes-Benz SL400, SL450 and SL550. In addition to those models, NRS brake pads also offer premium friction, noise-canceling piston cushions and shims for owners of Mercedes-Benz s560, 560e, s450 and Maybach.

Award-winning brake pads from NRS Brakes feature a low carbon footprint; ecologically friendly with no adhesives, paint or toxic ingredients, and a friction formulation equivalent to OE. The patented mechanical attachment and fully zinc plated steel backing plates prevent issues related to rust and corrosion caused by road salt that plagues other aftermarket brake pads, particularly in winter conditions.

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NRS Brakes’ premium brake pads never fail or separate due to corrosion or bond failure. NRS Brakes’ high standards means fewer brake pad replacements and more time on the road helping Mercedes drivers enjoy their luxury ride safely, year-round. A complete listing of NRS galvanized brake pads and vehicle compatibility, visit https://nrsbrakes.com/

About NRS Brakes

NRS Brakes is the global leader in brake pad technology. Its pioneering and PACE award winning NUCAP Retention System mechanical attachment has been licensed by leading brake manufacturers for over twenty years. NRS Brakes created the world’s longest lasting brake pads: rust-free, Galvanized Steel brake pads – renowned for their quality, durability and longevity. From advancements in brake testing, noise suppression and environmentally safe manufacturing, NRS Brakes remains at the forefront of brake safety and innovation. NRS Brakes is a founding member of the SafeBraking and Global Brake Safety Council consortiums and is part of the NUCAP family of innovation companies that include SpiderTech, GRIPMetal and NUCAP Energy.

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Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Senior Editor for The BRAKE Report. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.