WIND TURBINE

Sintered Brake Pads

We design and manufacture optimal lifetime durability brake pads made from metallurgical powders for international high-power wind turbines. Our certified products consistently provide high levels of reliability and performance in order to help this emerging industry to reach maximum energy-production potential.

The highest quality standards

KUMA Brakes is recognized not only for our technical rigor but also our third-party accreditation which facilitates acceptance in the international market.

GE approved

We’re qualified by one of the world’s largest wind turbine manufacturers in the field : General Electric.

Certification ISO 9001

Our constant control during the production process meets the quality standards in accordance with ISO 9001 – 2015.

Approuvée par Link Engineering

Notre entreprise est fière de répondre aux exigences spécifiques des test les plus intelligents dans l’industrie.

Qualification OEM

Designed according to OEM specifications for GE, Vestas, Siemens Gamesa and many more, the products are used on the hydraulic brake Caliper on the high-speed rotor.

We built trust and loyalty

Let us earn the right to be your reliable partner for your brake pads needs.

Innergex Renewable Energy Sustainable Development

“KUMA Brakes is a regular supplier in our wind farms and we are very satisfied by the quality and performance of their products.”

Guillaume Huet, Operation Manager

One-stop-shop

Large stock available of brake pads replacement to reduce your down-time. From product development and engineering to manufacturing and finishing, everything-under-one-roof concept is a major advantage.

Fast Delivery

Responding quickly and delivering what you need fast. The result? Minimal down-time and maximum support regardless of where our customer are located.

best-in-class

Tested under extreme conditions, our friction materials provide better braking performance than organic play an important role in the wind turbine baking systems efficiency through minimal repair needs and maintenance scheduling.