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Premium Wagner Brake Rotor Line Expands to More Than 450 Part Numbers

Federal-Mogul Motorparts says Wagner premium E-Shield rotors solve the problem of unsightly rust on the visible non-braking surfaces and help the service provider save time on the repair.
<p>Federal-Mogul Motorparts says Wagner premium E-Shield rotors solve the problem of unsightly rust on the visible non-braking surfaces and help the service provider save time on the repair.</p>

Federal-Mogul Motorparts is expanding its premium Wagner brand replacement brake rotor line featuring E-Shield protective coating technology to more than 450 part numbers, or approximately 95% of target market coverage.

The company says its E-Shield technology prevents unsightly corrosion and related complaints commonly associated with uncoated parts.

Each premium rotor is packaged in a special Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor (VCI) bag to help prevent environmental contamination and eliminate the need for additional surface prep prior to installation.

In addition, when necessary, Wagner premium brake rotors feature precision mill balance technology to prevent common performance issues caused by improper balance. Each rotor’s micro finish aids in proper seating of the friction material, reducing pad break-in time.

“Corrosion issues and associated consumer complaints, combined with the performance issues associated with lower quality parts, have caused many service providers to re-evaluate their choice of rotor supplier,” says Rick Dziobak, product manager, brake products, North America, Federal-Mogul Motorparts.

Wagner premium rotors also offer patented, application-specific vane configurations that provide superior cooling for exceptional stopping performance and reduced noise, vibration and harshness, according to the company.

Federal-Mogul Motorparts is a division of Federal-Mogul Holdings Corp.

To learn more about Wagner premium rotors with E-Shield coating technology, contact a Wagner Brake provider or visit www.wagnerbrake.com.

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