Bendix Ceramlub High-Performance Brake Lubricant Lasts the Life of the Brake Job

Bendix Ceramlub High-Performance Brake Lubricant Lasts the Life of the Brake Job

Bendix Ceramlub high-performance synthetic brake lubricant features a technologically advanced formulation with a 100 percent synthetic oil base containing unique ceramic pressure solids and elevated concentrations of anti-corrosive agents. The result is a high-pressure, dry-film boundary that withstands extreme elements and lasts the life of the brake job.

Bendix Ceramlub high-performance synthetic brake lubricant features a technologically advanced formulation with a 100 percent synthetic oil base containing unique ceramic pressure solids and elevated concentrations of anti-corrosive agents. The result is a high-pressure, dry-film boundary that withstands extreme elements and lasts the life of the brake job and is the best lubricant for metal-to-metal and rubber-to-metal contact points within the braking system.

Petroleum, silicone or PTFE are common ingredients in many lubricants available on the market today. These products contain little solids content and result in lubricants with low temperature ratings (400°F – 500°F), the potential to swell rubber components and be quickly pushed out until no protection remains.

Bendix Ceramlub features base materials that contain 30 percent solids allowing the product to stand up to extreme temperatures (from -70°F to 2,800°F) and provide protection against dirt, corrosion and uneven pad wear. The product does not contaminate friction surfaces, will not swell rubber or harm plastic and lasts the life of the brake job since it cannot be washed off due to salt spray, water exposure or other environmental factors.

Ceramlub can also help minimize customer comebacks resulting from noise complaints. Test results show the product dampens noise significantly better than other lubricants on the market today — outperforming silicone grease lubricants in the number of noisy stops by 28 percent and ungreased brake components by 51 percent.

For additional information, visit www.bendixbrakes.com.

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