Bosch invites you to experience the difference

Bosch says its QuietCast brake pads sees industry-leading technology meet unparalleled performance, representing Bosch’s enduring legacy of automotive excellence and innovation.

Zirconia coating: reduced wear and extended life
Bosch explains that at the heart of QuietCast brake pads’ superiority lies its Zirconia coating, a cutting-edge feature designed to reduce wear and extend the lifespan of the brake pads and rotors.
This innovative zirconia coating is completely transfered to the surface of the rotor and protects the brake pad and rotor from excessive wear, leading to enhanced disc recovery and prolonged durability.
With QuietCast brake pads, Bosch says drivers can enjoy peace of mind knowing their brake pads are engineered for longevity and reliability.

Premium shims: premium shims supporting silent operation
In addition to the Zirconia coating, QuietCast brake pads come equipped with premium shims, further enhancing their silent operation.
Bosch says these high-quality shims not only minimise noise but also provide increased strength, ensuring optimal performance under various driving conditions.

Ceramic material, copper free, and convenient installation
QuietCast brake pads incorporate the latest Ceramic friction formulations to deliver class-leading performance and reliability, says Bosch.
The company explains that the copper free brake pads outperform the last generation friction materials they replace with better stopping power, fade resistance, pad life, and noise suppression.
Furthermore, QuietCast brake pads are packaged with all necessary accessories in the box, simplifying the installation process and saving time for the workshop.
With an expanded range that caters to a diverse array of vehicles, QuietCast brake pads continue to uphold Bosch’s commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction.

Development and manufacturing
The development of QuietCast brake pads represents a significant milestone in Bosch’s storied history of brake system innovation, leveraging decades of automotive expertise.
QuietCast brake pads are manufactured and designed in Bosch’s own brake pad manufacturing plant.
Bosch says in-house developed friction allows a selection of formulations based on OE performance requirements to exceed key regulations such as ECR90.
During development, extensive performance and NVH dynamometer testing along with extreme environment testing ensures Bosch QuietCast brake pads demonstrate a high level of performance and service life before they are approved for sale.
Additionally, Bosch QuietCast brake pads are vehicle match engineered to determine the best match of advanced Ceramic friction formulations.

A globally trusted brand
Bosch explains that it makes a substantial investment each year in the research and development of braking products and systems and is the world’s leading supplier of anti-lock braking systems (ABS), traction control systems (TCS) and electronic stability programs (ESP).
With continuous development and the use of innovative techniques and materials, Bosch says it assures product quality through constant checks during the entire production process.
Bosch’s new QuietCast brake pads are more than just a component of a vehicle’s braking system; they embody Bosch’s unwavering dedication to quality, safety, and innovation.
Whether navigating city streets or cruising down the highway, Bosch says drivers can trust QuietCast to deliver exceptional braking performance with minimal noise and maximum peace of mind.

If you would like to learn more about the new Bosch QuietCast brake pads please visit or contact the team via email at or by calling 1300 30 70 40.


A universal tyre pressure monitoring sensor

Bosch universal sensors for TPMS measure the air pressure directly on the vehicle’s tyres and transmit it reliably by radio to the control unit in real time.
Continuous monitoring of the tyre pressure prevents unnoticed pressure deviations and thus makes an important contribution to road safety.
Adherence to the recommended tyre pressure also ensures optimised fuel consumption and reduced tyre wear.
Bosch explains that these are not a retro fit part and are only available for vehicles with a pre-existing tyre pressure monitoring system installed.
The advantages of the Bosch universal sensors for TMPS include:
• Universal programmable: Over 90 percent vehicle coverage with just four-part numbers (EU).
• Available as a rubber and steel version, matching steel, and aluminium rim design.
• Compatible with the Bosch TPA 300 or other brands for sensor programming.

Bosch TPA 300 – a sensor programming tool for tyre pressure monitoring systems
The Bosch TPA 300 programming tool has been specially developed for the vehicle-specific configuration of universal sensors for tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS).
The tool supports a wide range of universal sensors available on the market.
Using wireless transmission, the TPMS data is displayed and checked directly on the coloured 2.8-inch display.
Bosch explains the relearning with OBD-II module is mainly needed for Asian OEMs such as Toyota, Hyundai, Nissan, and so on.
An OBD-II module for the Bosch TPA 300 is available as an accessory. Alternatively, the ESI[tronic] 2.0 Online Software can be used for the relearning.
Bosch explains that the advantages of the Bosch TPA 300 include:
• The TPA 300 achieves a vehicle coverage of over 95 percent.
• Over 20 different universal sensor brands can be programmed for very high market coverage.
• Vehicle relearning procedures: practical step by step instructions are included.
• Three years of software updates included.

If you would like to learn more about the Bosch universal tyre pressure monitoring sensors or Bosch TPA 300 sensor programming tool, visit or contact Bosch by emailing or calling 1300 307 040.

The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services
Across the world, The Bosch Group employs roughly 429,000 associates worldwide as of December 31, 2023. The company generated sales of 91.6 billion euros in 2023.
Its operations are divided into four business sectors: mobility, industrial technology, consumer goods, and energy and building technology.
With its business activities, the company
aims to use technology to help shape universal trends such as automation, electrification, digitalisation, connectivity, and an orientation to sustainability.
In this context, Bosch’s broad footprint across industries and regions strengthens its innovativeness and robustness.
Bosch uses its proven expertise in sensor technology, software, and services to offer customers cross-domain solutions from a single source.
It also applies its expertise in connectivity and artificial intelligence in order to develop and manufacture user-friendly, sustainable products. With technology that is “Invented for life,” Bosch wants to help improve quality of life and conserve natural resources.
By acting in an economically, environmentally, and socially responsible manner, Bosch wants to improve quality of life and safeguard the livelihoods of present and future generations. Its team aims to make renewable energy more affordable and mobility even safer, cleaner, and more economical, and to develop eco-friendly products across the board.
Bosch in Australia
Bosch has had a presence in Australia since 1907, opening its first wholly owned subsidiary, Robert Bosch (Australia) Pty Ltd in 1954.
Bosch generated revenue of more than 1.2 billion Australian dollars in 2022 in Oceania and employed more than 1,300 associates as of December 31, 2022.
Bosch’s regional activities span a diverse range of businesses including household appliances, security and building technology, power tools and accessories, general automotive parts as well dedicated parts for motorsport enthusiasts, equipment for automotive workshops, franchised car servicing, industrial drive and control technology, factory automation solutions, efficient home comfort products, and service support for Bosch equipped eBikes.

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