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Bendix 2017 Automotive Brake Catalog is Released

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Bendix 2017 Automotive Brake Catalog is Released

MAT Holdings Inc. has launched its new Bendix automotive brake catalog.

The catalog includes key information about the features and benefits of the Bendix Fleet Metlok, Bendix Premium and Stop by Bendix brake product lines. Additionally, it features a section highlighting the applications covered by each automotive brake product line, as well as a buying guide to help customers choose the appropriate product.

Bendix Premium brake pads are 100% copper-free, ahead of regulation standards and have been independently tested and proven to outperform competition, the company says. They are available in ceramic and semi-metallic formulations, and include hardware when applicable.

The Bendix Fleet MetLok semi- and low-metallic brake pads feature friction formulations proven to provide noise-free performance, fade and heat tolerance, outstanding durability, and excellent stopping in severe-duty applications.

Stop by Bendix products feature proprietary friction formulations and multi-layer brake shims that deliver smooth, reliable, and quiet performance. They have heat-flow castings for consistency and long life, meeting or exceeding the performance of the vehicle’s original brake products.

“Bendix brand automotive brake products continuously deliver quality performance across a wide range of light vehicle applications,” says Duncan Greathead, vice president of sales and marketing at MAT Holdings. “The launch of our new catalog, featuring all of the Bendix brand automotive brake product lines, will let customers easily access the information to find the light vehicle brake products that suit their specific needs and budget.”

The catalog is now available online at:

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