ICER Launches Two Lines at Automechanika

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FRANKFURT — ICER Brakes S.A. attended the recently concluded Automechanika 2022 in Frankfurt where it introduced two new lines of brakes.

Company representatives welcomed automotive professionals from more than 350 different companies to its stand, was able to meet again in-person with many of its customers and exhibited its two new product lines: the e2 ecological brake pads for electric vehicles and the LMD, long-life brake pads for last-mile-delivery vehicles.

e2: Ecologic Brake pads for Electric vehicles

The e2 brake pads are the first brake pads manufactured in Europe with a galvanized steel backing plate, NRS mechanical retention system, no paint or adhesives, and a unique friction material formulation developed specifically for electric and hybrid vehicles.

These pads are also environmentally friendly, copper-free, noise-free and of NAO formulation. They are therefore environmentally friendly, including designed for low particulate emissions.

This new range initially consists of 13 references, covering the main electric and hybrid vehicles available on the European markets (such as Tesla Model 3, Peugeot e-208 and Volkswagen ID.3), with expansion into other brands and models planned.

LMD: Long life brake pads for last-mile-delivery vehicles

ICER has also introduced a new line of brake pads designed specifically for last-mile-delivery vehicles, called LMD, which offer a much longer duration for these types of vehicles.

According to tests carried out on real vehicles, these pads increase duration by 40 to 75 percent.

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They are also environmentally friendly and low-emission, and their formulation is free of copper and asbestos.

In this first phase, the range contains 18 different references, for models such as Mercedes Sprinter, Volkswagen Transporter or Peugeot Expert. In the future, ICER plans to continue to increase the number of available references in this range. 

Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. 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.