Global OE friction manufacturer, TMD Friction, has joined forces with celebrity mechanic, Edd China, to produce a series of best practice videos for its aftermarket brake brand, Mintex, and OE brake specialist, Textar.
The videos, which will outline a variety of brake-related processes, have been developed as training aids for mechanics to help support the independent garage trade.
They will also provide those working on vehicles with immediate access to trouble-shooting content.
The guides will focus on FIT Shim technology, how to work on a vehicle with an electronic parking brake, the brake replacement process and the importance of checking brake fluid.
One of the videos will also cover Textar’s latest innovation, the Q+ Shim, and how its unique characteristics help to dampen brake noise.
Scott Irwin, technical manager at TMD Friction, said: “Working with Edd to produce the training resources was an absolute pleasure.
Not only did he bring his natural charm and energy to the set, we have produced a selection of videos that are informative, engaging and easy to follow.
“As a company, we are fully committed to supporting the independent garage network, which is moving towards using more online resources.”
With technology in the automotive sector constantly evolving, TMD’s investment into the best practice videos shows a shift towards online content, and how this can be used within the industry.