Hella Pagid has expanded its range of wearing parts and brake hydraulics for light commercial vehicles.

A total of 3,614 parts are now available to customers accounting for around a quarter of the total portfolio.

Hella Pagid offers more than 700 brake pads, around 600 brake discs and more than 560 brake callipers, which have been developed for light commercial vehicles.

Because of their high mileage, high total weight and maximum speeds of up to around 170 km/h, spare parts for light commercial vehicles must have a high load-carrying capacity and also a long service life.

The vast majority of Hella Pagid brake discs for light commercial vehicles are therefore made of high carbon grey cast iron and, as such, have a significantly higher carbon content than normal grey cast iron brake discs.

This results in rapid heat dissipation. In combination with the Hella Pagid brake linings designed for light commercial vehicles, this results in low wear despite a high braking performance maintains the supplier.

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In order to ensure these properties, a brake pad undergoes up to 300,000 test kilometres during its development and completes around 1,000 hours of bench tests exceeding statutory requirements (ECE R 90 directive).