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Friction Identification System for Brake Linings and Brake Blocks for Motor Vehicles
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published September 01, 1966 by SAE International in United States
This SAE Recommended Practice is intended to provide a uniform means of identification which may be used to describe the initial friction characteristics of brake linings and brake blocks (see SAE J660) for use on motor vehicles.
The basis for determining the friction coefficients for brake linings and brake blocks are tests conducted in accordance with SAE J661.
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Brake Linings Standards Committee
The goal of the Brake Lining Standards Committee is to provide a means of developing and maintaining common test and nomenclature standards for the friction materials industry. In working toward this goal, the committee helps reduce industry costs, harmonize global markets and enhance safety by recommending uniform test and performance standards for automotive friction materials.
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