Brake caliper remanufacturing process revealed in new poster

Ten stage 'day in the life' Core Process demonstrates Original Aftermarket expertise

Brake caliper remanufacturing process revealed in new poster
The new Brake Engineering core poster.

Brake Engineering has unveiled a new poster detailing the complete remanufacturing process of a brake caliper for motor factors and garages.

Adam Griffiths, Brake Engineering UK Marketing specialist, said: “This poster is part of our expanded range of point of sale material and marketing support that backs up our message of Original Aftermarket quality braking solutions and the engineering expertise that goes into them, leaving motor factors and garages completely assured of a correct fit of quality parts every time.”

Available in a variety of sizes, the poster shows the amount of detail that goes into each unit as it passes through the remanufacturing process at the company’s Centre of Excellence in Wrexham.

Brake Engineering has remanufactured calipers since 1981.

Accepted core units are fully dismantled and all wearing parts of a caliper are completely replaced with 100 per cent brand new components including pistons, seals and sliders.

Each unit is only released into the market once it passes stringent multi-stage high and low pressure tests, as used at OE level.

The caliper is a vital component of Brake Engineering’s full line braking range, which also includes a complete range of discs, drums, pads, shoes and hydraulics.

To request a free copy of the poster, email [email protected] or click ‘More Details’ below to find out more about Brake Engineering.

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