ABS Brake Parts

Publish Date :July 18, 2016
Summary :

As a brake specialist, ABS All Brake Systems supplies hundreds of thousands of components direct from stock each month. ABS is a real specialist, with more than 20,000 different types of brake parts.

More than 20,000 products
Each day we send large quantities of brake pads, brake shoes, brake discs and drums, brake calipers, brake pipes and hoses, handbrake cables, clutch cables, throttle cables, speedo drive cables, choke cables, trailer cables, wheel hub nuts, accessory sets for blocks and shoes, wear indicators, brake fluid, master and slave cylinders, brake boosters, main and auxiliary clutch cylinders, nipples and coupling nuts on their way to customers in the Netherlands and much further afield.

Wet and dry
ABS divides its range of brake parts into dry and wet. The dry components are parts that do not carry brake fluid, as against the wet (hydraulic) parts. Generally speaking, dry brake parts wear out more rapidly than the hydraulic ones. ABS also makes sure that when a new model is introduced, the dry parts are in stock first, with the hydraulic parts following on as rapidly as possible.

Focus on quality
Bringing a typical family car to a complete stop from 50mph requires enough energy to boil two litres of water in three seconds. The energy needed to stop a truck travelling at the same speed would boil 48 litres of water in four seconds. Statistics show that we brake once every 0.85 miles or 11,764 times per 10,000 miles. Doubling the speed increases the stopping distance four times. First-class quality is vital for brake parts, that is why ABS brake parts are manufactured according to the most stringent safety standards, thereby guaranteeing trouble-free operation.