Importance of Brake Pads
The concept of brake pads dates as far back as early 1902 as an alternative to drum brakes which use friction caused by a set of s
The constant increase in the number of vehicles globally has continued to drive demand for the various aftermarket automotive parts and products. The result is that millions of the manufacturers and suppliers have flooded the industry with different brands of automotive parts and products.
MAJO™, a brand of Majo Auto Parts Limited in the United Kingdom, has emerged from the market’s need for quality, efficient, strong, long-lasting, and cost-effective aftermarket automotive parts and products.
Using the same standard moulding process utilized by the aftermarket suppliers, MAJO™ brake pads are produced under intense pressure to compress the friction material and bond it to the backplate. This process not only guarantees a consistent friction material density in the pads but also a uniform wear and performance of the brake pads.
MAJO™ brake pads are specially laced with layer shims to remove any uncured bonding agents and eliminate possible break-in and noise caused by pad glazing. The result is an increase in the effective stopping power right from the first stop.
MAJO™ brake pad is available in three friction series, namely, MAJO™ Semi-Metallic Brake Pads, MAJO™ Ceramic Brake Pads, and MAJO™ Carbon-Ceramic Brake Pads.