Brake dust, a mixture of metallic particles that wear off the pad surface, is a byproduct of brakes operating normally. The amount of dust the pads emit will diminish as they deteriorate.
Wheels that appear cleaner are frequently a clue that brake pads need to be replaced.
A particulate filter is a filter used to remove airborne particles, such as those found in diesel engine exhaust.
It has become common practise to utilise diesel particulate filters in order to comply with current emissions regulations. For cleaner operation, particle filters are standard equipment on the engines.
The non-woven metal fibre passive brake dust particle filter is attached directly to the calliper and captures brake particle emissions.
The filter is adaptable to various brake sizes and designs and fits in all installation areas.
The Global Brake dust particulate filter market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The Launch of a New Brake Dust Particulate Filter by MANN+HUMMEL
The brake dust particulate filter is appropriate for use with various kinds of vehicles, including electric, hybrid, and standard gasoline and diesel models.
According to MANN+HUMMEL, their newly developed brake dust particulate filter significantly lowers the particulates produced during braking.
Braking in city traffic, according to the business, produces a lot more dust than exhaust emissions. Every time you brake, the friction between your brake disc and brake pads produces brake dust.
This primarily consists of particulates, which are hazardous to human health and the environment due to their small particle size. The pollution brought on by road traffic particulates is significantly increased by brake dust.
Brake dust contains ultra-fine particles that are harmful to human health in greater than 90% of cases.
According to a World Health Organization study, people live in locations where air pollution levels are higher than what is acceptable.
The brake dust particulate filter is currently being tested by MANN+HUMMEL in the “fine dust eater” fleet to gauge performance under actual driving circumstances following successful lab tests.
The filter can be modified to fit the brake disc area’s current installation space.
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