Semi-metallic brake pads are a common type of brake pad made from a mixture of metallic and organic fibers, as well as fillers. Compared to other materials, semi-metallic brake pads have several advantages, including lower temperatures during braking which reduces deformation and cracking, good braking power and stability. They also have a higher coefficient of friction, good wear resistance, long lifespan, good braking stability, and reduced noise and vibration during braking, making them a cost-effective choice. During braking, semi-metallic brake pads can provide stronger braking power, are less prone to shaking and malfunctioning, and improve driving comfort by reducing noise and vibration. Therefore, semi-metallic brake pads are suitable for most vehicles and are widely used in the market. They are also relatively affordable compared to other types of brake pads, making them a cost-effective choice.