Car Brake Discs


Our brake discs can cover most models, such as Bmw, Mercedes-benz, Audi, Toyota, Lexus, Ford, Nissan, VW, Hyundai, Kia, etc.

Optional Surface Treatment:

Smooth / Drill Holes / Slots / Hook Shape Slots

Geomet Painting, Phosphorization etc.


>> Free Sample Policy  / Customized Service Available


Brake discs are metal components attached to the wheel hub of a vehicle. When you press the brake pedal, the brake pads clamp onto the discs, creating friction on the friction surfaces that slows down the rotation of the wheels. This friction converts kinetic energy into thermal energy, effectively reducing the vehicle’s speed and bringing it to a halt. This process is crucial for the proper working of the braking system.We specialize in providing high-quality brake rotors for cars designed to deliver exceptional performance and safety for your vehicle. Whether you’re looking for brake rotors for cars, trucks, or SUVs, we have a comprehensive range to meet your needs.

Product Name brake disc
Quantity 2 pieces per set (1 pieces per wheel)
Size OEM standard size
Material HT250, G3000
Hardness 170-229
Surface treatment Geomet
Intensity ≥250N/MM²
Package Neutral box, Kamien color box or Customized packaging

Key Features

  • High-Carbon: Improved thermal stability and reduced noise levels.
  • Anti-Corrosion Coating: Prolongs the life of the brake rotors and maintains their appearance.
  • Precision Balancing: Ensures smooth and vibration-free braking performance.
  • Custom Fitment: Available for a wide range of vehicle models, ensuring perfect fitment and easy installation.

Types of Brake Discs

  1. Solid Brake Discs: These are the most basic type of brake discs, consisting of a single solid piece of metal. They are durable and cost-effective, making them suitable for many standard vehicles.
  2. Vented Brake Discs: Vented discs have a hollow space between two layers, allowing for better heat dissipation. This design helps prevent overheating and brake fade, making vented discs ideal for high-performance and heavy-duty vehicles.
  3. Drilled Brake Discs: Featuring holes drilled into the surface, these discs provide improved heat dissipation and reduced weight. They are commonly used in high-performance vehicles where cooling and weight reduction are crucial.
  4. Slotted Brake Discs: These discs have grooves or slots on the surface, which help in expelling gas and debris. Slotted discs offer improved braking performance and are often used in racing and off-road applications.

Smooth,drilled, slotted and hooked brake disc

Precise Machining & Casting:

All Kamien Discs and Drums are reverse engineered from OEM Drawings.
Machining Specification:
Disc run out is within 0.0015mm, and DTV Tolerance specification is within 0.005mm.
All discs and drums are mill balanced.

Why Choose Our Brake Disc?

  • Superior Materials: Our disc brake rotors are made from high-grade materials to ensure durability and longevity.
  • Precision Engineering: Designed with precision to provide consistent and reliable braking performance.
  • Enhanced Safety: Engineered to meet and exceed OEM specifications, ensuring maximum safety on the road.
  • Heat Dissipation: Advanced design features for efficient heat dissipation, reducing the risk of brake fade.
  • Noise Reduction: Specially formulated to minimize noise and vibrations, offering a smoother and quieter ride.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the signs that my brake discs need replacing?
Look for symptoms such as a squealing noise, reduced braking performance, vibration during braking, or a visible reduction in the thickness of the brake disc.

How often should brake discs be replaced?
It depends on driving conditions and usage, but generally, brake rotors should be checked every 10,000 to 15,000 miles and replaced when they show signs of wear.

Can I replace brake discs myself?
While it is possible to replace brake rotors yourself if you have the necessary skills and tools, we recommend professional installation to ensure safety and optimal performance.

How to choose slotted and drilled brake rotor?
Drilled and slotted brake rotors offer a perfect blend of performance, durability, and aesthetics. Check our guideline for those brake rotors.