Monday, October 16, 2017
Brake Pad Compound: Sintered Metallic

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Compound: Sintered Metallic
Sintered Metallic

Sintered Metallic


Compound Data Sheet
    Use & Caution:

  • Formulation for Power Sports and Industrial applications. High friction
  • excellent cold torque response, medium temperature range
  • Street Use OK
    Application:

  • Specially formulated for Power Sports & Industrial applications.
  • Kart, Quad & Small Vehicle usage.
  • Works best with steel rotors.
    Characteristics:

  • Medium friction compound with very little change in friction throughout its temperature range
  • Good wear and friction properties with a moderate tempearature range.
Compound Temperature Range & Torque Values
Sintered Metallic Compound Temperature Range & Torque Values

Sintered Metallic Compound Temperature Range & Torque Values

Temperature range and overall friction value are the primary considerations for pad selection. The pads must be capable of maintaining the proper amount of friction for stopping power within the temperatures that will be realized on the track during the event. Then, overall wear rate must be considered. For most asphalt and road race applications, compounds in the high temperature ranges over 1000°F range are usually necessary. Dirt track, drag race, and street performance applications usually operate at temperatures between 500° and 1000°F. Keep in mind that these are general ranges, and not absolute values. Many factors and unforeseen influences can affect brake temperatures. The best indicator for pad selection will always be on track performance. If pad fade (friction loss) due to overheating occurs, then improved cooling, a heavier rotor, or a higher temperature range pad may all become necessary.