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Ceramasil Brake Parts Lubricant

Ceramasil Brake Parts Lubricant
Specially formulated from pure synthetic base oils and treated with the latest rust, oxidation and anti-wear additives to provide lasting protection against friction, wear and corrosion.
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Bendix Ceramasil Brake Parts Lubricant is specially formulated to reduce brake noise, vibrations and harshness (NVH) by dampening all natural brake vibrating frequencies. It is made from pure Polydimethylsiloxane base oils and treated with the latest rust, oxidation and anti-wear additives to provide lasting protection against friction, wear and corrosion.

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Where do I use it?

To be most effective it should be applied to caliper hardware, pins, slides & bushes to ensure smooth operation. Also to all metal to metal contact areas metal to rubber contact areas backing plates of brake pads or brake shoes between shim and backplate of brake pad.

It can be used on seals of Disc Brake caliper assemblies, all moving caliper hardware, rubber components, backing plates, shims and Brake Shoe assemblies. It meets the Japanese rubber compatibility standard JIS K 2228 with EPDM & Nitrile rubbers.

Where do I use it?
Synthetic Lubricant

Specially formulated from pure synthetic base oils and treated with the latest rust, oxidation and anti-wear additives to provide lasting protection against friction, wear and corrosion. It is fortified with a high concentration of a unique, high temperature ceramic boundary lubricant that will stay in place and protect at extreme temperatures from -50°C to over 1650°C. while providing protection against dirt, corrosion and uneven pad wear.

Synthetic Lubricant
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)
  • Bendix Ceramasil Brake Parts Lubricant Sds 2016
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  • Bendix Brake Pads Master Catalogue Prj 06055 2018
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