Damper pulleys Breda Lorett
Dampers without risk of breakage and vibration.
The Breda Lorett torsional vibration dampers are made up of a single block of steel alloy with rubber inserts.
This technology is used by many car manufacturers because it reduces vibrations and prevents resonance, without the typical risks of malfunction of traditional pulleys which suffer the effects of time, temperature and inertial impulses from the motor.
In special cases, to free the auxiliary system from the irregularities arising from the rotation of the crankshaft, a free pulley alternator has been developed to make up a rotational power transmission kit for the auxiliary system, and at the same time, ensures the absence of noise and vibrations. The kits come with installation instructions.
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2 General principles and commitment to privacy protection
Breda Lorett s.r.l. is committed to protecting the right to privacy of its customers. Our goal is to protect all personal data we hold in order to manage personal data responsibly and transparently. We have therefore committed ourselves to the following general principles:
• all data are processed in a lawful, correct and transparent manner vis-à-vis the data subject, in compliance with the general principles set out in the GDPR and the Privacy Code;
• we collect and process data only for the purposes indicated in this Policy or for the specific purposes already shared with you and/or for which you have given your consent;
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• when we collect your personal information, we make sure it is as accurate and up-to-date as possible;
• if the personal data we collect is no longer necessary for any purpose and we are not required to retain it by law, we will do everything possible to delete, destroy or anonymise it;
• specific security measures are applied to prevent data loss, illicit or incorrect use and unauthorised access;
• your personal data will not be shared, sold, made available or disclosed to parties other than those indicated in the Policy.
3 Data collected from the website and purposes
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4 Legal basis of processing
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8. Policy Update
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