24 years' manufacturing experience

Emark & IATF16949 accredited

On time delivery

2351 brake pads models

cover 98% cars of the world

Quality quarantee with affordable price

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Industry-Leading Replacement carbon disc ceramic Brake Pads manufacturer & supplier for all Vehicles

brake pads types

KETULLA provides different Brake pad materials ceramic, semi-metallic, low metallic brake pads, and brake pads for trucks, SUVs, and buses, send us your inquiry to see how we can help you improve your business.

12300+ partners from the world

More 12300+ customers partners from the world during 24 years exporting experience.

Ketulla advance auto brake pads

why choose us

Keutall brake pads supplier is your most competitive advantage in carbon fiber ceramic pads, semi-metal brake pads, truck brake pads all over the world. As a factory, we have 24 years of experience in generating and exporting because we know how important high quality brake pads and a stable supply are to your business.

Whether you have been engaged in the wholesale or retail of auto parts, or you are ready to enter this industry, we can not only ensure the quality of products, timely delivery, but also our professional products will give you certain guidance to help you grow your business rapidly.

brake pads manufacturer

quality quarantee

OEM & ODM avaliable

compatable with 98 % of vehicles

brake pads manufacturer

Ketulla is a professional brake pads manufacturer with running for 24 years, We consistently regard product quality as a crucial strategic guideline for our development. We consider our customers as part of our team, striving for excellence in both product quality and service.

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Quality quaranteed

Quality quaranteed

All brake pads quality has passed the American LINK laboratory testing and appraisal, complies with the ECR90 Qualified standard, and has passed the ISO 16949, The production and quality control of all brake pads are strictly in accordance with ECE R90 quality standards. We ensure that we take full responsibility for the quality of all products delivered to our customers.

EOM & ODM avaliable

Need to order rear brake pads and front brake pads? we offer customization: logo design, box design, shim print, with different pads brake formula, just send us your order list, we will send you pricelist with our drawing to confirm the details.

EOM & ODM avaliable
brake pads for Ford

compatable with 98 % of vehicles

Ketulla offers you customization for different car models, we hold 2351 different brake pad models to meet the 98% of vehicles in the world. Such as Japanese cars, Korean cars, European cars, and Chinese cars.

brake pads knowledge you are conerning

How To Make Brake Pads Last Longer

To extend the lifespan of your brake pads, you can adopt several practices and maintenance habits. Here are some tips to help make your brake pads a longer

Drive smoothly

Avoid Hard Braking: Try to brake gently and gradually instead of slamming on the brakesCoast to Stop: whenever possible, let your vehicle coast to a stop rather than brakingabruptly.

Maintain A Safe Following Distance

Reduce Frequent Braking: Keeping a safe distance from the car in front of you allows more time to brake gently.

Anticipate Stops

Pay attention to traffic flow and road conditions ahead to anticipate stops. Gradually slowing down instead of slamming on the brakes can significantly extend the life of your brake pads.

Avoid Overloading

Excessive weight puts additional strain on your vehicle's braking system. Try to avoid overloading your vehicle beyond its recommended capacity.

Coast When Possible

When approaching a stop sign or red light, coasting instead of maintaining speed can reduce the need for heavy braking.

Brake Gently When Towing

If you're towing a trailer or carrying heavy loads, be extra cautious with braking. Allow more distance to stop and brake gently to reduce strain on the brake pads.

Regular Maintenance

Follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule for your vehicle, including brake inspections. Promptly replace worn brake pads before they cause damage to other brake components.

Use Engine Braking

When driving downhill, downshift (if you have a manual transmission) or use the engine to slow down the vehicle instead of relying solely on the brakes.

Avoid Riding the Brakes

Constantly keeping your foot on the brake pedal, especially when not actively braking, can lead to premature wear of the brake pads. Practice keeping your foot off the brake pedal when not needed

Quality Brake Pads

Invest in high-quality brake pads that are suited for your vehicle. While they may cost more upfront, they can last longer and provide better performance.

Avoid Harsh Weather Conditions

If possible, avoid driving in harsh weather conditions like heavy rain or snow, as these can accelerate brake pad wear.

Check Brake Fluid

Ensure your brake fluid is at the proper level

when should i replace my brake pads

Regular maintenance and paying attention to these signs can help ensure your brakes remain in good working condition and replace your brake pads before they become a safety hazard.

how to change your brake pads: step by step guide

Changing your brake pads is a manageable task if you have the right tools and follow the steps carefully to help you replace your brake pads:

Need Samples?

Ketulla offer you free samples, just let us know OEM numbers those you want,  we will produce them in 10 days, our team always be at your service!

We suggest you to get free samples, so you can check the quality by road test or machine test, we guarantee the quality of the samples is the same with your orders, we will show in the contract.

Contact KETULLA today for your brakes business needs in your local markets

Looking for the most competitive prices on carbon ceramic brake pads, semi metallic brake pads? Contact us today about what we can do for you. 

FAQS

Normally, the brake pads are divided into front and rear wheels, which can be replaced according to the actual wear, but remember that it is best to replace the brake pads at the same time to replace the front or rear wheels, or even replace them together, which ensures our brake safety.

The cost will be in 2.00 usd to 12.00 usd for one sets, this is the wholesale price, if you want to know more details, just contact us let you know your cars brake pads cost. or you can view our blog to get more techinical installation tips

Brake pads should typically be replaced when they are worn down to a thickness of around 3 millimeters (or about 1/8 inch). However, it’s always a good idea to consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual for specific recommendations from the manufacturer. Additionally, signs that your brake pads may need replacing include squealing or grinding noises when braking, reduced braking performance, longer stopping distances, or a brake warning light on your dashboard. If you notice any of these signs, it’s essential to have your brake system inspected by a qualified mechanic as soon as possible. Regular inspection and maintenance of your brakes are crucial for your safety on the road.

Yes, it’s generally recommended to replace all four brake pads at once, especially if you’re replacing the pads on the front or rear axle. This ensures balanced braking performance and maintains consistent braking feel across all wheels. Uneven wear on brake pads can lead to uneven braking performance and potentially compromise safety.

However, if you’re only replacing the pads on one axle and the other axle’s pads are still in good condition, you might only need to replace the pads on the worn axle. Nevertheless, it’s a good practice to inspect all brake components and replace any worn or damaged parts as necessary during brake pad replacement.

Ultimately, following the recommendations in your vehicle’s owner’s manual and consulting with a qualified mechanic can provide you with the best guidance for your specific situation.

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