Carbon-ceramic (CCM) and Carbon-carbon brakes
Our supplier used material is an advanced Carbon Fiber Reinforced Ceramic (CFRC) which is produced by their own proprietary processes, transforming Carbon-Carbon into our Carbon-Silicon Carbide (CSiC) ceramic.
Whilst the carbon-ceramic discs you find on production road cars conventionally use discontinuous (chopped) carbon fiber, our supplier interweaves continuous carbon fiber to form a 3D multi-directional matrix, producing a stronger and more durable product with 3x the heat conductivity of standard production components; this keeps the brake system temperature down and the brake performance consistent.
Our supplier has developed unique patented next-generation Carbon-Ceramic Technology that provides the ultimate braking performance for road and track.
Here are just seven reasons why you need this technology on your vehicle:
Weight savings of up to 70% compared to iron brakes (typically 20kg of unsprung weight per axle)
Improved handling and drivability
Improved NVH (less noise, vibration and harshness)
Improved performance (in both wet and dry conditions)
Reduced brake wear – giving increased life
Outstanding performance, even from cold
Technology & Advantage
The preformed body after forming contains many pores, with low density. So it cannot be used directly. The preformed body should be deposited by carbon and its pores should be filled, thus making it C/C composite material with dense structure and excellent performance.
Our supplier develops its own process CVI based on the Chemical Vapor Infiltration method of Ceramic Matrix Composites fabrication and melt infiltration depositing the Silicon Carbide into the Carbon pre-form to produce the final composite materials – Carbon & CSiC composite materials.
Aircraft carbon fiber braking technology applied into and integrated molding
3D structure of carbon fiber weaving and continuous fiber used for based preformed body
Chemical Vapor Infiltration and Melt Silicon Carbide Infiltration
What advantage of our supplied products ?
Data source: SAE J2522 Test on 2008 SUBARU WRX STI FRONT;
Test condition: CCM Brake Disc & CFM Brake Pad;
1. Chart 6 indicates that the COF is closed to 1 under cold condition (40 ℃);
2. High consistency of COF under varieties of test circumstances;
3. Absolute flat torque curve;
The most consistent friction properties :