NRS Brakes New Galvanized Pads for Chevy Bolt

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Source: NRS Brakes

TORONTO – NRS Brakes continues to expand its commitment to the electric-vehicle (EV)/hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) market with the introduction of NRS galvanized brake pads for the Chevrolet Bolt EV.

NRS Brakes new EV brake pads for the Chevrolet Bolt account for reduced moisture dissipation and increased corrosion risk typical of electric vehicle and hybrid brake pads (which, due to EV regenerative braking rely less on their conventional braking system, can lead to corrosion) to ensure a safe and smooth ride.

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In addition, the company’s galvanized brake pads for electric vehicles such as the Chevrolet Bolt offer the longest-lasting and most affordable option based on total cost of ownership over the life of the vehicle.

Meeting the safety and performance standards of the Chevrolet Bolt EV, brake pads from the company offer best-in-class friction to deliver superior performance, advanced noise-cancelling piston cushions and shims, a patented mechanical attachment and fully galvanized steel backing plates, which prevents issues related to rust and corrosion that many other brake pads face.

About NRS Galvanized Brake Pads
NRS Brakes galvanized brake pads are the world’s longest-lasting brake pad for a reason. Created with galvanized steel construction and premium friction materials, the brake pads ensure the same stopping power throughout the life of the entire brake pad. NRS also uses the patented and PACE award winning NUCAP Retention System (NRS) technology ensuring the friction material never delaminates from the backing plate, giving more secure, safer stops. To view a complete listing of NRS Brakes galvanized brake pads and vehicle compatibility, visit or

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