Haldex unveils brake lining for coach, transit at EXPO

Posted on October 3, 2011

Haldex will introduce TransitmaX brake lining, specially developed for superior performance in demanding transit and coach applications at the EXPO. The friction material is FMVSS-121 certified for both 26,000 lb. and 29,000 lb. GVWR applications.

TransitmaX benefits include:

  • Excellent braking performance and extended service life in transit and coach applications
  • Organic fiber based formulation provides outstanding thermal stability and enhanced drum life
  • Quiet operation
  • Minimal growth and swell makes TransitmaX an excellent choice to be combined with automatic brake adjusters and ABS systems

Haldex TransitmaX is available in all popular FMSI numbers as loose lining, new lined shoes or remanufactured lined shoes. Remanufactured shoes are relined in according to APTA recommended practices by a nationwide network of state of the art friction service centers. Haldex offers unsurpassed product support and world class expertise.

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