The new ATE rotor features an improved version of the same two-piece pot and friction-ring construction as the original, patented two-piece Mercedes-Benz design.
Raybestos Element3 coated rotors with RPT rust-prevention technology use a proprietary finishing technology to coat each rotor’s entire surface, including the cooling vanes.
The new coverage includes SUVs, trucks and luxury vehicles.
“The combination of the ATE Original brake pads and the ATE Single Pack rotors deliver the optimal comfort characteristics to ensure smooth operation, and the OE materials we use ensure long-lasting performance,” said Dan Caciolo, head of product management for Continental Independent Aftermarket Powertrain & Brake Systems.
Patrick Keane, vice president of global distribution, and Dave Sather, vice president of global sourcing, will retire at the end of the second quarter.
Raybestos has increased coverage of its premium-quality Rust Prevention Technology (RPT) rotor and caliper product lines with the recent addition of 67 rotor part numbers and 72 caliper part numbers.