The organic brake pads are made of about 20 different carbon compounds (hence organic) and a temperature-resistant resin. In contrast to the sintered metal coverings, organic coverings are much softer and generate less heat. This makes the organic pads ideal for small discs and light drivers. Another advantage is that the organic rubbers are less squeaky in the wet. Therefore, you should choose the organic rubbers, if you do not need maximum, long-lasting braking performance and prefer to drive small discs. If all else fails, then we recommend changing to sintered metal coverings.
The sintered metal coverings are pressed together by a process, sintering, metal and Kreamikteilchen with much pressure and heat. Unlike organic brake pads, sintered metal pads are much harder and more resistant to wear. The disadvantage is unfortunately also that these coverings have a higher heat development and squeak significantly more in the wet. Therefore, you should drive the sintered metal coverings with large discs (from 180 mm) with many ventilation holes, so that the resulting heat can be dissipated well. On the advantage side you get a very stable brake, with little wear.
Technical specifications sintered:
Technical specifications organic: