Beringer brakes standard on all 2014 Cirrus Aircraft

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From 2014 Cirrus Aircraft will use the newly developed brake system by French company Beringer on all new SR aircraft as standard equipment. The new system is a single caliper disc brake system with a smaller and lighter rotor than the original brakes and provides the same braking power at lower brake temperatures, according to Product Manager Claire Béringer.

Read the Cirrus Aircraft Press Release:

“The 2014 Cirrus aircraft line-up features an innovative new high-performance Beringer brake system that reduces weight and enhances performance and safety. Called Beringer Aero design, these brakes provide the same stopping power but with less mass, achieved with a smaller rotor that performs at a cooler overall operating temperature. They also allow the use of tubeless tires to provide a higher level of reliability when compared to traditional tube tires, reducing the risk of leaks and failures.”

Retrofit Anti Skid Brakes for Cirrus SR20/22

Beringer also offers a complete anti skid braking system that can be retrofit in all Cirrus SR20/22 planes. This system (with EASA and FAA STCs) is a dual caliper system that provides high braking power for short field operations.

Contact Beringer  by eMail  at sales@beringer-aero.com– or check out the Beringer Website

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