High corrosion resistance and respect for the environment.
The low environmental impact and the excellent resistance to corrosion allow the range of brake rotors with UV coating to establish a new benchmark for the protective treatment. Moreover, the exclusive metal finish offers an appealing aesthetic impact.
Resistance to corrosion
It can contain up to 15% of volatile organic compounds VOCs
Total abatement of volatile organic compounds VOCs
It can contain toxins, such as methanol.
No health threatening components.
Limited chemical resistance, for instance against wheel cleaners.
High resistance to chemical agents.
All the pros of brake rotors with UV coating
Metallic effect that gives the rotor a brilliant and clean appearance
More than 600 codes that cover the majority of the European car park.
Resistance to corrosion, moisture and temperature
Salt Spray Chamber test shows that UV brake rotors resistance to corrosion exceeds the standard of most of the car manufacturers.
Water based UV paint does not require any solvents. The ultraviolet (UV) coating process is extremely efficient from an energy point of view.
The position of the marking on the hub allows the installer to immediately read the Minimum Thickness required for the replacement.
Ready for use
Ready for use and easy to install
Protective coating of the braking surface
The UV coating on the braking surface and on the outer diameter of the hub assures the complete protection of the brake rotors.
Brembo takes care of the environment and your health. By choosing the UV technology, instead of a standard one, Brembo saves up to 98% in terms of energy and CO2 emissions! The process has a significant impact on the environment: 100 brake rotors coated with UV technology, saves energy equal to:
of a 100 m2 apartment
having energy rating C (70 kwh/m2/year)
with a 100 w bulb
for 12 hours/day
travelled by car
with medium consumption
cups of Expresso
to offer 2 Expresso each day
to each visitor of Automechanika