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ACDelco Says Bust Rust With New Coated Rotors and Calipers

The latest ACDelco product line expansion adds 54 coated calipers to the ACDelco brake catalog.  
<p>The latest ACDelco product line expansion adds 54 coated calipers to the ACDelco brake catalog. &nbsp;</p>

ACDelco is expanding its lineup of coated rotors and calipers that are designed to protect brake systems against environmental elements like rain and snow, and corrosive liquid sprays used to maintain gravel roads.

The expansion will add 54 calipers and more than 200 rotor part numbers to the ACDelco brake catalog. 

The company says its exclusive Cool Shield technology protects ACDelco Advantage rotors on the edges and keeps the vanes cleaner for longer periods of time for optimal cooling. The Cool Shield technology provides corrosion protection over the entire rotor, including the interior. The baked-on coating also provides durability for long-lasting rust protection compared to uncoated rotors.

“When our customers choose ACDelco, they are investing in premium product for their vehicle,” says Robert Sanford, general director, ACDelco. “This new technology will ensure their brakes look as good as they perform.”

In addition, the company’s Professional brand calipers are quality tested using a rigorous salt spray procedure recommended by the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) to ensure they resist rust and corrosion.

The addition of these new products expands ACDelco’s all-makes selection, which delivers quality parts with superior performance for more than 90% of vehicles on the road today.

Contact an ACDelco representative or visit ACDelco.com for a complete list of vehicle applications.

ACDelco is the exclusive original equipment parts brand for Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac as well as a provider of premium aftermarket parts for most other makes and models.

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