Bendix EverSure double-diaphragm spring brake

Brakes | Tires and wheels | January 23, 2012

The Bendix EverSure double-diaphragm spring brake for drum brakes has a lightweight construction designed to improve fuel efficiency, reduce vibrations and increase payload, the company says. The brake also comes with NoTouch technology, which eliminates contact between compressed spring coils allowing protecting coatings to remain intact and help reduce corrosion. The EverSure spring brake meets the compliance requirements of original equipment.

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