Trickstuff brake discs are the first choice for many years, if particularly high stress during braking to be overcome. Using the proven friction ring with its special arrangement of holes, the dreaded Sintered metal brake pads is successfully counteracted. The newly revised brake discs also have a roof-shaped chamfer (Dächle) of the outer periphery, what the Assembly of the impeller substantially simplified because the rounded chamfer facilitates insertion of the disc into the caliper. In addition, more material is located at the friction ring, as it now is the case with most discs. Because the heat generated during braking must inevitably be taken up for the most part of the brake disk and thence back to the ambient air. By More on the new material Trickstuff discs ensure worry-free braking on long descents as well as constant braking and are the ideal complement to all current Superlight calipers.
Trickstuff guarantees an extremely precise thickness of the slices plus / minus one hundredth of a millimeter, the final size is 1.85 millimeters. As the material a particularly high-quality stainless steel is used, which is remunerated at 1,100 degrees Celsius and a hardness of min. Having 45 HRC. This steel is customarily used for the manufacture of blades of aircraft turbines and is about 25% stronger than the traditional products used for brake discs steel. The discs warp when exposed to heat less, are mechanically extremely stable and have an extremely long service life.
Diameter: 160 mm Thickness: 1.85 mm mount : 6 hole (ISO 2000) Material: stainless steel Hardness: 45 Rockwell Reibringbreite: 15.5 mm Additional Feature: Dächle disc technology