Different function of Brake Lining

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Friction padding is an element found in brakes and clutches. It has the form of overlays in brake pads, clutch linings, brake belts or brake lining.


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Different function of Brake Lining Friction padding is an element found in brakes and clutches. It has the form of overlays in brake pads clutch linings brake belts or brake lining. The term "brake pad" colloquially defines the part of the disc brake which consists of a friction lining cooperating with the disc and its metal base. The brake pads are sliding mounted in the brake calliper yokes fastened to the car suspension and pressed against the disc by hydraulically pneumatic trucks in trucks the pistons are activated. This pressure causes - when the brake disc rotates together with the wheel of the car - the braking force of the car is created. The linings are fastened to the basic elements by means of riveting or gluing. Friction pads are made of materials that are characterized by high coefficient of friction and high resistance to abrasion high temperature and high pressures. Sometimes copper wires are inserted into the cladding which facilitates the removal of heat from the surface of the cladding. All brake pads consist of two basic elements - a carrier plate and friction lining. In addition Photo: Motointegratorthe block may have other additional elements depending on the design and application. The supporting plates are made of steel and usually protected against corrosion with an epoxy powder. It depends on the performance and coverage of such a plate among others the noise of the brake work. Depending on the required soundproofing the following solutions are used to limit the volume of work: - powder coating - Rubber covering of the carrier plate

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- Rubber Cover - rubber coated glass fibber cover - chamfer phase cladding edge Trimming the edge of the friction lining reduces noise during braking and makes it easier to place new pads against the discs surface. The latest trend in the construction of brake pads is the use of an intermediate layer between the carrier plate and the friction material. It is used to additionally suppress the vibrations squeaks of the block and to improve the connection between the tile and the cladding. In the friction lining construction grooves are used to drain water from the surface of the brake discs which prevents aquaplaning of the brake pad. However they are not required in all vehicles they do not need them when the discs are perforated or grooved. Many Brake Lining pads use wear sensors to close the electrical circuit when touching the brake disc when the thickness of the friction lining is less than 3.5 mm. They cause the control lamp to light up informing the driver about the need to replace the blocks. Another way of information about excessive pad wear is to put a plaque in it that will come in contact with the disc after a certain reduction in the thickness of the liner and will make a noise when touching the disc. ADDRESS: 60 Ubi Crescent 01-10 Ubi Techpark Singapore 408569 Email : hupgeesingnet.com.sg Tel: 65 6293 8608

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