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EuroBrake is a major new conference and exhibition for experts working in every area of braking technology for passenger cars, commercial vehicles, motorcycles, rail and industry applications.

Organised by FISITA, the world body for automotive engineers, the first EuroBrake meeting took place in April 2012 in the beautiful city of Dresden. Leading experts from industry and academia world-wide, came together to present their latest work, discuss new ideas, debate future directions and find solutions to common problems.

The proceedings include internationally refereed technical papers covering important topics on braking technology such as:

  • Braking Components & Systems
  • Friction Materials
  • Thermal Effects
  • Interface Friction Dynamics
  • Noise Vibration Harshness (NVH)
  • Advanced Braking Technologies
  • Global Sourcing
  • Quality Control & Specifications
  • Future User Requirements
  • Testing & Measurement
  • Modelling & Simulation

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27.02.2012

Setralit goes Wikipedia

"Setralit is a technical natural fiber based on plant fibers whose property profile has been modified selectively in order to meet different industrial requirements. It was first manufactured in 1989 by Jean-Léon Spehner, an Alsatian engineer, and further developed by the German company ECCO Gleittechnik GmbH. The name “Setralit“ is derived from the French company Sétral S.à.r.l. which is a subsidiary company of ECCO, where Spehner was employed at that..." Wikipedia

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SETRAL® - Lubricants

Setral - high performance lubricants As an enterprise of the chemical industry, ECCO and her subsidiaries have specialized in the production and the distribution of high-performance  lubricants for all  kinds of industries. Setral high-performance lubricants lead to higher outputs and additionally ensure an enormous economic efficiency. In any places where machines are running, lubricants are required. The development of production technology has been leading to more and more complex and effective plants demanding the use of high performance lubricants...more