Ends Headaches Caused by Brake Noise Comebacks! Even after a high quality brake job, harmonic vibration can produce aggravating brake squeal. The resulting comeback costs you time and money.
Squeak Relief is applied directly to the rotor/drum friction surfaces to stop brake noise before it starts. When applied as directed, the Squeak Relief microfine oxides form a molecular bond with the rotor/drum friction surfaces. The resulting composite finish helps to eliminate irritating vibration and brake squeal.
Squeak Relief delivers superior noise suppression and does not change pedal feel or the break-in properties of the linings.
See the difference before and after Squeak Relief Treatment!
BEFORE SQUEAK RELIEF TREATMENT
Tiny irregularities in the rotor/drum friction surfaces can cause vibration and irritating brake noise.
AFTER SQUEAK RELIEF TREATMENT
Micro-fine oxides fill and bond to the irregularities, forming a composite, metalized finish. This results in smooth, quiet braking performance.
BRAKE TEST – Hunter Engineering B400 Tests were performed on the same vehicle, after a complete brake service. The graphs above are actual test results, proving that the vehicle brake performance does not vary between treated and non-treated rotors!
LABORATORY TESTING DEA (Dynamometer Effectiveness Analysis) testing was performed by Greening Testing Laboratory, Detroit MI. It is a voluntary certification program, which measures the effectiveness of a vehicle brake system by simulating a vehicle’s weight and speed in a controlled laboratory environment. All testing was performed using new rotors and pads. The DEA study sequence was performed first with non-treated rotors to establish baseline performance. The same test sequence was then performed with rotors treated with Squeak Relief. Comparing the results prove that vehicle brake performance does not vary between treated and non-treated rotors.
Performance Consistent with federal Safety Standards
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