The braking excellence
The Beringer Technology
Reduction of hysteresis
Thanks to the Aerotec® patented chrome-plated brake pad guiding system and its location in a neutral zone where there is no deformation, hysteresis is dramatically reduced.
More aggressive and stronger
Only 16.5 bars of line pressure are necessary to reach an equivalent torque, against 2à bars with another caliper. A gain of 20%!
Actually, compared to another racing caliper, the error of control is reduced to 17% against 53%. In order to reach again the same torque after having released the brake, 14 bars are necessary with BERINGER® caliper and 12 bars with the other systems.
For any request of quotation, find your nearest distributor directly online.
No pad taper
The Aerotec® system avoids slanted wear, even when the pads are new or worn.
A better feeling
As the pads are not taper worn, they do not touch the disc when you release the brake. There are no more vibrations.
A longer brake pad life
Due to the optimisation of the pad wear, life time, efficiency and endurance are improved.
A constant braking feeling
The brake feeling is constant whatever the pad’s wear or the temperature conditions.
In this way (see graph), when pressure is put on the brake lever, with the BERINGER® caliper, a torque of 17 mdaN can be obtained with a pressure of 66 bars, instead of 80 on a standard system.
When the lever is released, to obtain these same 17 mdaN, 56 bars are needed with BERINGER® against 48 with a traditional system : the error control is reduced to 17% against 53% before and performance is improved by 23%.
BERINGER RADIAL MASTER CYLINDER
By reducing friction in the lever and piston movement, the master cylinder allows to reduce the actual balance error down to 7%! An excellent result compared to classical radial master cylinders (see the following graph). In the quest to improve braking performance, it has been normal to change the master cylinder to a classical radial type. However, when you view this graph it is immediately noticeable that between the application and release of the lever, there can be up to 57% balance error leading to inferior braking performance.