Ambulance Brakes With Diamond Technology Lower Maintenance Costs and Improve Performance

Ambulance brakes undergo a great deal of stress from excessive stopping and from the sheer weight of the vehicles.  Failed brake systems are not only dangerous, but costly as well.  Power Brakes’ breakthrough Diamond Technology isn’t a coating or plating, so it will not wear away.  It merges with the metal to strengthen the components against heat, corrosion, and seizing. The result is improved performance, safety and drastically lowered maintenance costs.  We can guarantee your ambulance brake rotors and drums for 100,000 miles.Ambulance Fleet Maintenance 

Some of the main benefits you will receive from Diamond Technology ambulance brakes are:

  • Brake failure prevention
  • Improved safety and performance
  • Prevents brake sticking in cold weather
  • Eliminates drag between brake rotor and brake pads
  • Lowered labor costs

Power Brake engineered our Diamond Technology in response to having witnessed over seven decades of redundant and costly brake repair jobs performed multiple times yearly on fleet vehicles.  We set out to perfect a product that truly extends the life of your ambulance brakes and the brake systems of other fleet vehicles.  We are fully aware of the planned obsolescence that occurs throughout the automobile parts industry – parts are engineered to fail, brake systems included.   We believe that our product speaks for itself, which is why we offer a risk free test on one of your fleet vehicles.  Once you see the improved performance, and compare the brake wear on the vehicle, you will know that our Diamond Technology is the real thing.

Some of the ambulances we service include: Ford, GMC, Chevrolet, Dodge, Freightliner, Navistar, and more.

We Offer a 100,000 Mile Warranty against Failure due to Wear, Distortion, or Cracking
Contact Power Brake today to find out about our Risk Free Trial

Power Brake, 2985 44th Ave. North, St. Petersburg, FL 33714
Phone (727) 289-9000   Fax (727) 528-7995

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