1 The right quality criterias.
2 A stable baking plate.
3 Pins on the plate for a better adhesion of the friction material.
4 Special accessories like compensation weights.
5 Mixture of friction material.
6 Chamfer design or slots for less noise generation.
7 Choose between bonded and riveted friction material. All brakes need to have a softer friction material attached to the stronger metal backing plate.
8 Think about your driving requirements when choosing a brake pad material. Purchasing replacement brake pads will require you to make a choice about the material they are made from. At this point, you need to determine how severe your braking needs are. Some things to consider include:
（1）How mountainous is your driving?
（2）How hot is the climate you live in?
（3）What are the traffic patterns you travel in?
（4）How tolerant are you to brakes that squeal a bit?
（5）Do you have to deal with deep puddles in the winter or rainy season?