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Murali Srinivasan, MD, Continental Automotive Brake Systems (India), said, “The new production facility allows us a higher degree of flexibility and vertical integration, and clearly demonstrates commitment towards our international customer base.”
The newest edition of Today's Technician: Automotive
Brake Systems continues to provide outstanding coverage of the theory and repair
procedures related to automotive brakes.
Students, entry-level technicians, and experienced technicians alike will benefit from the two-volume approach: a Classroom Manual to detail the theories and application of the total brake system, sub-system, and components, combined with a corresponding Shop Manual to provide real-world symptoms, diagnostics, and repair information about these systems.
Automotive Brake Systems, 4E will help prepare readers for the ASE (A5) certification exam, as well, with ASE Challenge questions at the end of each chapter of the Shop Manual, and a Practice Exam in the Appendix.
Major updates in this edition include coverage of the latest materials used in brake systems, current electronics, and an expanded but more general coverage of electric braking systems, so users dont get bogged down with highly detailed, manufacturer-specific information.
Together, the Classroom and Shop Manuals offer all the information needed to understand, diagnose, and repair most problems that could occur with today's brakes systems.
Automotive brake system market is expected to witness substantial growth over the forecast period on account of growing automotive industry particularly in developing economies of the world. Furthermore, increasing concerns over safety resulting in government mandates to improve the vehicle safety is expected to drive demand over the next seven years. Growth in the automotive brake industry would primarily be led by the passenger car segment and commercial vehicle segment.
Continental Automotive Brake Systems India began as a joint venture with Rico in 2008. It went on to become a fully owned subsidiary of Continental in 2012, delivering actuation, caliper and drum brakes to all major OEMs in India.