STOLZ ULTRA LIGHT DRILLED DISC ROTOR ㅣ Brake system parts and function of STOLZ Co., Ltd


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Technical Details

Patent No. 10-1531105
It is a new, technology-intensive ultralight disc rotor that minimizes performance degradation against heat by applying aerodynamics to the disc rotor and the bell housing.

Design Registration No. 30-0772554
The contact area of the assembly is increased by improving the structural limits of the lightweight disc rotor while durability is increased using forged materials. The said contact area is also designed to be 1.5 times bigger, wherein the force is applied during braking in consideration of the braking properties to maximize the structural function.

The drilled disc rotor with an excellent heat dissipation lowers frictional heat, which is delivered to the pad and the caliper, and maintains the best performance. (Proportional to the number of holes)

The ceramic carbon disc is manufactured by mixing carbon fiber with a specially treated silicon and ceramic at a high temperature and a high-degree vacuum state. It is lighter than cast iron, and has less thermal deformation and a low friction coefficient because of its high stiffness and thermal resistance. It has an excellent performance to maintain a braking force and is mainly mounted on racing cars or supercars.

Description of the Product

This brake system parts and function is was made with the company's meticulous technology.
An ultralight disc rotor with maximum stiffness and minimum weight
It is designed as a two-piece type (disc plate and bell housing) that is to be controlled with the force that is applied to the caliper during braking.

The aerodynamic system (curved lines are selected instead of straight lines) is applied during the design of the disc rotor rib, and the inner disc pin is also designed for a smooth fluid flow.

Stainless steel pins and oval pins are used to tighten the bell housing and the disc plate. These pins not only balance the stress that is applied to the disc and the bell housing with different materials but also prevent the transfer of frictional heat to the bell housing to reduce deformation and increase durability.