Tenneco Announces Expansion, Enhancement of Monroe ProSolution Offering

Nov. 5, 2014

Nov. 5, 2014—Tenneco has announced an expansion of and enhancements to its Monroe ProSolution line of replacement brake pads.

The company has introduced 184 additional pad sets and launched premium performing ceramic and semi-metallic friction formulations across the full product line.

The new pad sets expand the Monroe ProSolution offering to 734 part numbers covering more than 94 percent of the brake pad product needs for most professional service providers. Tenneco also has added stainless steel noise elimination hardware kits and electric wire wear sensors to most applications where required.

Monroe ProSolution pad sets now also feature the brand’s latest premium-level ceramic and semi-metallic friction formulations, which provide exceptional noise reduction, long pad life and superior stopping performance.

“The Monroe ProSolution line is truly an outstanding value and friction product option for all professional repair providers. These pads offer many premium features sold at a much lower price than this level of quality would normally cost,” Tom Connelly, Monroe Brakes national marketing and sales manager, said in a release. “Customers expect more from the Monroe brand, and we continue to provide a significant competitive advantage in technology, performance and total value.”

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