Dow Corning at SAE Brake Colloquium & Exhibition

Friction plays an integral role in braking systems … and gaining an understanding of the tribology involved can aid in the design and maintenance of high-performance safety systems. Dow Corning will contribute to the conversation on this important topic by both exhibiting and presenting at the 33rd Annual SAE Brake Colloquium & Exhibition, scheduled for October 4 through 7 in South Carolina.
  • Visit Dow Corning at Exhibition Booth 200 to learn more about our Molykote® brand Smart Lubrication™ solutions for the automotive industry.
  • Attend The Role of Lubrication in Brake Systems,” a presentation by Dow Corning Application Engineering and Technical Service Professional Gary Weber, during Session BC105 (Technology/Rotors/Calipers/Foundation Brake Integration) at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 5 in Ballroom C3. The presentation will discuss the role of lubricants in various braking components and define the line at which friction is helpful – not harmful – for braking systems. Explore brake system tribology with us at the SAE Brake Colloquium & Exhibition

Rely on us.

When you need materials and engineering solutions to meet specialized needs, you can rely on Dow Corning. Control noise and vibration; reduce component wear and protect critical braking components; improve braking performance and durability; and improve ride, handling and operating performance … all with our high-performance Molykote® brand specialty lubricants and friction-control additives.

To learn more, talk with us at the SAE Brake Colloquium & Exhibition or contact us for more information.

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