Imperial Engineering is a leading bus compressor and air brake supplies of OEM braking components to the UK’s bus and coach industry. We possess in-depth expertise in PSV braking systems and are an authorised distributor for the three main Original Equipment Equipment manufacturers: Knorr-Bremse, Wabco and Haldex.
Supplying bus compressor, brake chambers, bus air brake systems and more…
Imperial Engineering only supplies brand new OE units, leaving our customers safe in the knowledge that they are fitting the highest quality safety critical parts to their vehicles. These parts include bus compressor, air brake supplies and brake chambers for bus air brake systems
Our range of specialist braking system parts and components include:
- Air Dryers
- Footbrake Valves
- Handbrake Valves
- Spring Brakes
- Brake Chambers
- Air Tanks
- Slack Adjusters
- ABS and EBS Valves (ECU, Solenoid, Sensors Control Modules)
- Valves (Relay, Multi Circuit, Levelling, Quick Release)
Keeping vehicles fully operational is critical for any PSV operator at any time and can be particularly challenging during peak periods when passenger volumes increase, placing demands on components in the bus air brake system such as brake chambers and other bus compressors. This has the potential to heighten the risk of component failure in systems already working at the extremes of their limits.
A wide range of air brake supplies for the UK
Imperial Engineering recognises the demands of operators both large and small and has built a reputation for supporting the needs of its bus and coach fleet customers in a fast-moving industry with a wide range of air brake supplies.
Air brake technology goes back nearly 150 years to the invention of the revolutionary air brake system by George Westinghouse in 1869. This technological breakthrough greatly improved the safety and performance of railways in the United States. In the same year, engineering genius George Westinghouse founded the Westinghouse Air Brake Company, or Wabco as the company is known today. Air braking technology has expanded way beyond railways, making major advances for the bus and truck industries.