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The standards for braking systems in electric and hybrid vehicles differ from those in vehicles with conventional powertrains. In some operational scenarios, extra stopping power is required because EHV versions have big, hefty batteries.
Furthermore, inconsistent regenerative braking system engagement can hinder appropriate heating of brake pads and discs.
EHV models require an improved brake fluid with high dry and wet boiling temperatures to absorb this extra stress. Furthermore, because regenerative braking systems can assist extend the life of brake pads and related components, brake fluid is likely to be replenished less frequently, potentially resulting in corrosion difficulties.
Potential electrical currents near the braking system, which may arise if the brake fluid has moderate to high levels of electrical conductivity, are another source of concern.
The Europe Brake Fluid Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
FERODO Introduces Its First Electric Vehicle Brake Fluid.
With the introduction of TRW brake fluid, ZF Aftermarket has expanded its product and solution offering. This brake fluid improves pedal feel and braking comfort in all ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), disc, and drum brake cars, as well as having a high water tolerance feature.
TRW is a well-known braking component manufacturer, and it is now accessible in India under the ZF Aftermarket banner. ZF Aftermarket is the global technology solutions and services supplier ZF’s aftermarket subsidiary.
The majority of ZF Group’s strategic divisions and business units are already operating in India, serving the country’s automotive and non-automotive markets. With good lubrication and viscosity factors in a variety of weather and brake load circumstances, the TRW line exceeds industry standards.
ZF Aftermarket offers a diverse range of digital and connectivity solutions, and the addition of the TRW brake systems to the product portfolio expands ZF Aftermarket’s offerings in India. India is particularly interesting and significant for ZF Aftermarket because of its substantial vehicle sector and associated growth aspirations.
Customers will be able to optimise their operations and meet their zero vehicle downtime goals thanks to the company’s value-added services and solutions.
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