Raybestos added four new air disc rotor part numbers to its specialty rotor line.
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Raybestos added four new air disc rotor part numbers to its specialty rotor line.

Photo courtesy Raybestos

With the addition of four new air disc rotor part numbers to its specialty rotor line, Raybestos offers increased coverage for air disc applications, and intends to release additional part numbers later this year. 

Raybestos air disc rotors are designed to meet or exceed OE fit, form, function and SAE metallurgy, according to the company. The design allows for better endurance under extreme temperatures and vehicle load.

 All rotors are coated with Grey Fusion 4.0 technology for corrosion resistance. Raybestos air disc rotors are qualified by the new SAE J3080 crack test procedure for air disc brakes.

Raybestos also has a complete offering of medium duty products developed for demanding work environments and created with fleets in mind. Designed to handle extreme load and temperature conditions, Raybestos covers all fleet needs, from Class 1 hydraulics through Class 8 air disc brakes.