Raw Material

All the products were made from the 3D needled carbon fiber preforms. We don’t use the OPF, we use the high grade continuous carbon fibers to make the preforms.

CVI Technology

CVI: Chemical Vapor Inflation

A key process to produce the carbon/ carbon composite and the carbon ceramic composite.

RMI Technology

RMI: Reactive Melt Inflation

RMI is another key process to produce the carbon ceramic composite.

What’s the advantages of CMCMAT carbon ceramic brake rotors?

Compared with steel rotors and the stock ceramic rotors, CMC carbon ceramic brake rotors are the next-generation of ceramic discs.

  • Up to 70% weight savings (typically 20kg of unsprung weight)
  • Improved handling and driveability
  • Better NVH (less noise, vibration and harshness)
  • Improved performance (in both wet and dry conditions)
  • Reduced brake wear – longer lifespan
  • Corrosion Free
  • Outstanding performance, even from cold
  • Higher temperature resistance, without brake fade
  • Customization available

Carbon Fiber Preforms

We also supply the raw materials

3D Needled Carbon Fiber Preforms

  • 70% continuous carbon fibers and 30% felt cut and carding with continuous fibers
  • The fibers are 3D needled to be a be a preform
  • A 3D preform leads to higher shearing strength
  • Easy to be customized as any shape
  • Without and molds in the full the process
  • Advantages for the CVI/ CVD process when producing the carbon composites

Aircraft Brakes


Rotating Disk


Stationary Disk


Pressure Disk

Carbon-carbon Aircraft Brake Pairs

Carbon-ceramic Aircraft Brake Pairs

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