Friction Materials

The friction materials used in vehicle braking systems are highly abrasive. Therefore, the best way to machine this type of materials is with diamond tools.

The solutions we offer for this sector are aimed at grinding, finishing, bevelling or chamfering, grooving and cutting processes.

The main parts machined are as follows:

Brake pads: The friction material employed on the brake calipers in disc braking systems.

Brake shoes: These provide the friction in drum braking systems.

At Pomdi, we haven’t only created machining solutions for friction materials used in commercial vehicles, we’ve also developed innovative solutions for industrial vehicles, the rail sector, etc.

Our tools' biggest competitive advantage is that they let you replace and reuse the worn parts without having to discard the costly precision-machined steel shanks.

Applications for our tools in this sector: grinding/calibrating, grooving, finishing, bevelling/chamfering and milling.

If you do not find what you are looking for, please explain briefly what your requirements and specifications are, and we will contact you as soon as possible to find a solution together. We will be happy to support you by solving your doubts and needs.

* As the data controller, Pomdi will use this information to answer contact requests. The personal data provided will be kept as long as necessary to answer the requests or until erasure is requested by the data subject. For more information about our data protection policy, see here.

If you do not find what you are looking for, please explain briefly what your requirements and specifications are, and we will contact you as soon as possible to find a solution together. We will be happy to support you by solving your doubts and needs.

* As the data controller, Pomdi will use this information to answer contact requests. The personal data provided will be kept as long as necessary to answer the requests or until erasure is requested by the data subject. For more information about our data protection policy, see here.