DESIGN & MANUFACTURING EXCELLENCE
Working with a broad range of clients, including vehicle manufacturers, has helped us hone the design and manufacture of Allied Nippon brake pads to a truly exceptional standard.
With complete control of development, raw materials and the manufacturing process, Allied Nippon guarantees superior performance and consistency from each and every pad that rolls off the production line.
Allied Nippon NAM112A friction compound delivers superior stopping power with every push of the pedal.
The excellent wear properties of this material ensures strength and durability for a long service life and the NAM112A material formulation also delivers low noise properties across a range of speeds, temperatures and pressures.
Our friction compound is mixed to precise tolerances then bonded to high-strength backing plates.
Specialised bonding materials are carefully selected to adhere compound to back-plate and ensure durability, strength and shear force resistance.
To complement the precisely crafted pad and deliver further noise enhancements, Allied Nippon fits OE-type backing shims to its most popular aftermarket references
Our multi-layer shims are code named RMR due to their Rubber-Metal-Rubber construction and designed to reduce audible
vibrations within the caliper.
‘E’ Certified Performance
All Allied Nippon brake pads are meticulously ‘E’ certified to comply with ECE R90 regulations.
In fact, Allied Nippon currently offers one of the most comprehensive ECE R90 approved ranges available within the European aftermarket, offering proven performance across the vehicle parc.
SUPER R90 TESTING
For Allied Nippon testing goes far beyond the minimum requirements of R90 regulations with a more extensive testing programme – we call this ‘Super R90’ testing.
- Additional dyno and on-vehicle tests – Hot shear testing at 300°C – Wear Testing at up to 500°C – Noise testing at various speeds and pressures
Copper Free Friction
Following recent environmental studies Allied Nippon has taken the significant step of removing copper from its entire brake pad range.
This change demonstrates an environmentally
responsible ethos and proactive approach to product development.