Difference Between Disc Brakes and Drum Brakes - Toughla

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Toughla has a team of excellent engineers who work day in day out to improve the technology further. We perform some international level technology upgrade exercises as well where we invite engineers from countries like Germany, France and Italy to help us further improve our technology. Toughla is a leading manufacturer of brake lining and brake pads. They are based out of Delhi. Toughla is a leading supplier of quality car brake pads, truck brake lining, and truck brake pads etc. They manufacture products suitable for TATA trucks, Mahindra vehicles, and buses. They have a decade old history and they supply products globally. Do visit our website http://www.toughla.com/brakelinings/ to know further. Toughla are ISO 9001:2000 and NSIC Registered, due to which are standards are at par with international standards. Achieving 1st Position of Best Performance among Distributors in the year 2014-2015.

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Difference Between Disc Brakes and Drum Brakes - Toughla Brakes are the main stopping force for your vehicle outside of engine braking and scraping up against the occasional curb or barrier. Most brakes come in two forms disc and drum form factors each accompanying their own particular advantages and deficiencies which will be covered in this article. Literally a Drum Brake is a small round drum that has a set of shoes inside of it. The drum brake will turn close by the haggle the brake pedal is connected the shoes are forced against the sides of the drum and the wheel is slowed. A Disc Brake has a disc shaped metal rotor spinning within a wheel. When pressure is applied to the brake pedal a caliper will squeeze the brake pads against the disc. This will slow the wheel down as more pressure is applied to the brake pedal bringing the car to a halt. Benefits of drum brakes  Drum Brakes are simplifies maintenance with most components being held in place by spring tension. To replace a set of shoes you simply pry the springs in a drum brake system loose with a brake tool and the entire braking assembly comes apart. Swap in a new set of shoes reconnect the brackets springs put the drum back on and you’re done.  There’s no need for compressors to retract pistons with these setups. As a matter of fact replacing brake shoes on some vehicles can be accomplished in under 2 minutes once the drum is removed. Benefits of disc brakes  Increased stopping power over the drum brakes.  Better heat dissipation than drum brakes.  Disc brake systems can be inspected without removing your wheels.

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 Unlike drum brakes circle slowing mechanisms is totally self- changing.  Disc brakes are more common so you have a wide selection of performance disc brake pads to choose from. About the Author Toughla has a team of excellent engineers who work day in day out to improve the technology further. We perform some international level technology upgrade exercises as well where we invite engineers from countries like Germany France and Italy to help us further improve our technology. Toughla is a leading manufacturer of brake lining and brake pads. They are based out of Delhi. Toughla is a leading supplier of quality car brake pads truck brake lining and truck brake pads etc. They manufacture products suitable for TATA trucks Mahindra vehicles and buses. They have a decade old history and they supply products globally. Do visit our website http://www.toughla.com/brakelinings/ to know further. Toughla are ISO 9001:2000 and NSIC Registered due to which are standards are at par with international standards. Achieving 1st Position of Best Performance among Distributors in the year 2014-2015.