A brake caliper is an assembly which squeezes pairs of pads against a disc in order to create friction to reduce speed and hold the vehicle stationary. The energy of motion is converted into waste heat which must be dispersed. Compared to drum brakes, disc brakes offer better stopping performance because the cooling of the disc is more efficient. As a consequence discs are less prone to the brake fade caused by overheating. Offers high dimension in terms of both stiffness and brake noise and vibration performance. Addresses various needs through a wide product lineup. Quiet, smooth and low dust operation under all braking conditions. Lighter weight and greater resilience using mono-body design. Flooding Style: Offered in series ranging from light vehicles to trucks.