Brake discs from OPTIMAL are noted for their easy handling and optimum safety. The OPTIMAL brake range currently only includes coated brake discs in the following versions:
Coated brake discs
Coated brake discs from OPTIMAL uses a high-temperature resistant coating that provides reliable corrosion protection. But that's not all, because coated brake discs from OPTIMAL not only impress with their easy handling and faster mounting (coated brake discs do not have to be degreased before installation), they also go perfectly with aluminum rims. For unambiguous part identification, they can be clearly identified by the prefix “BS”, a four-digit number, and a “C” in the item number (e.g. BS-8474C).
High-carbon brake discs
In addition to the wide range of coated brake discs, OPTIMAL now offers more than 300 high-carbon brake discs. These coated high-carbon brake discs have a greater carbon content. Due to their higher overall temperature resistance, high-carbon discs are also more resistant to deformation and lead to less “brake rubbing”. High-carbon brake discs from OPTIMAL offer optimum, vibration-free and safe braking. They are clearly identified by the suffix “HC” – for “high-carbon” – in the item number (e.g. BS-8474HC).
Compound BMW brake discs
A decisive advantage of compound brake discs is that they are lighter than one-piece brake discs due to the carrier head being made of aluminum. Drivers of vehicles with compound brake discs fitted as standard will therefore not have to forgo their driving pleasure in the future either, because OPTIMAL's high-carbon and coated compound brake discs enable OPTIMAL handling due to their lower mass compared to one-piece brake discs. They can also be recognized by the suffix “HC” for “high-carbon” and by the addition “compound” in the electronic catalogs such as TecDoc.