New Building

Started the proyect for the realization of our new headquarters , which will be located in the Parke Komersial Korsou in Veeris.

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New Product

AGM, is the authorized distributor in Curacao, for the sale of Turbochargers and Parts,  Garrett and Holset, for all types of engines, both, vehicular, industrial and marine.

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Braking

The parts in the braking system work as hard as those in any other system in your machine. CTP® Breaking replacement parts are rigorously inspected to ensure your safety. CTP® offers everything you need for the repair and maintenance of your equipment's braking system.



The following are some of the CTP® parts available for your braking system:

 

  • Rotochamber
  • Actuator & Chamber
  • Lining & Pads
  • Shoes
  • Pedals
  • Reservoir
  • Brake Slack Adjuster
  • Anchor Pins
  • Plates
  • Boots
  • Friction Discs
  • Diaphragm
  • Drums
  • Springs
  • Braking Valves
  • Master Cylinder
  • Shield Expanders
  • And more

 

Actuators

Actuators

CTP Actuators are specifically designed to perform even in the harshest braking environments. Master cylinder pushrod is covered by a rubber boot for additional dirt and moisture protection.

Braking Pads

Braking Pads

CTP Sintered Metal Brake pads Increase density for longer life. Also, offer a High friction resistant with quiet performance.

Braking Cables

Braking Cables

Most parking brakes use cables to connect the control lever or pedal to the service brakes. CTP Braking system cables are made of high-strength strands of steel wire that are tightly twisted together.

Friction Discs

Friction Discs

CTP only provides Friction Discs that are made with 100% Asbesto-Free material to ensure the top quality you deserve.

 

 

Additional Information

 

Hydraulic Brake System: Works on the principle that pressure on the brake fluid is applied evenly throughout a closed system. When the brake pedal is pressed, a piston in the master cylinder moves the brake fluid through steel lines applying equal force to all the wheels. The pressure of the brake fluid causes the pistons in the wheel cylinders to be forced outward pressing the linings against the discs or drums.

 

Air Brake System: Uses a compressor driven by the engine to fill pressurized tanks with air. When the brake pedal is pressed, a valve allows a certain amount of air pressure to the brake chambers at each wheel. The harder the brake pedal is pressed, the more pressure you give to the brake chambers.There are three different air braking systems: service brake, parking brake, and emergency brake.