Auto Parts Brake Pads /Brake Linling for Sale

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Packaging Details:Usually packed by Neutro packing inside,white/colored carton outside
Delivery Detail:within 30 days after deposit

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Japanese car brake pads
1.Good performance of brake pads with long life time
2.No black dust residue
3.Less brake disc wear

                                                     

1.Material:

Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos.

2.Certificate:

ISO9001 and TS16949 approved.

3.Advantage:

-Significantly reduced dust development

-Practically noise-free

-Better rim appearance

-Greater comfort

-No brake judder

-Better environmental protection

-Lower repair costs

-Very safe

4.The price will be sent to you soon after get your OEM or Drawings.

We are trying to do our work better to improve our products so that we can make all of our customers' satisfied. All inquires will be greatly appreciated.

 

Product Name:  car brake pads
MATERIAL:Semi-metallic, low-metallic and ceramic, Non-asbestos
Life Timeabove 40000kms
StandardGB5763/2008
PRODUCT FEATURES:1) High friction coefficient, Low noise,Wear resistant;
2) Good thermal recession and recovery;
3) Good performance of water proof;
4) Friction coefficient:0.25-0.4/0.30-0.40/0.40-0.50/0.50-0.60
5) long life time
Packing

 

1.Inner box Neutral box white good quality the size accords to product size.

2.Can be according to client requirement and use client brand.

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Q:braking system on nissan urvan?
I okorder.com might help you. Bascially when breaks are done. All aspects are checked out.
Q:What are the reasons for the brake system of the hydraulic brake system?
1, the brake fluid is missing; 2, the brake system leak, such as brake master cylinder, brake cylinder, brake pipe, etc .; 3, brake hydraulic pipe path is poor; 4, brake fluid quality problems , There is no standard, or the label is not right; 5, brake pads have problems 6, if ABS, there are ABS system failure;
Q:ABS anti-lock system who invented
With the development of electronic technology, the development of electronic control brake anti-lock system is possible. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, some electronic control of the brake anti-lock system began to enter the product stage. In 1968, the company developed and produced a two-wheel brake anti-lock system called "SURETRACK", which was developed by the electronic control device according to the rear wheel speed signal inputted by the electromagnetic speed sensor. The rear wheel of the movement of the state to determine the control by the vacuum-driven brake pressure regulator on the rear brake wheel cylinder to adjust the brake pressure, and in 1969 by Ford equipment in Thunderbird (THUNDERBIRD) and the mainland · Mark III (CONTINENTALMKIII) on the car.
Q:airbus a330 braking system?
Since I have no manual for the A330, it is one of the systems that is the same with the A340. Normal braking is Green sys. Alternate brake as well as parking brake is Blue sys. There are two BSCU (Brake/Steering Control Unit) this is the main brain which controls braking, steering & anti-skid, even cross talk with if equipped with Brake Temp.Monitoring Unit. One BSCU is active while the other is in stand-by in case of malfunction the good BSCU automatically gets active, in case of normal operation during LDG (landing gear) lever retraction, there is a change-over. Ex. in ECAM it is indicated that BSCU 1 is active, after LDG lever retraction or lever up BSCU 2. takes over automatically, until the next gear retraction which is of course, the next leg BSCU 1 will be now in use. A330 & A340 uses carbon disc brakes easy to dissipates heat. In case of hot brakes, in the ECAM brake page in the cockpit there is an eyebrow atop every wheel TPIS (Tire press. indicating sys.) value, and the hotter it is the thicker the eyebrow and color is pulsating green, it turns to amber I think when overheated (never seen one). BSCU is interchangeable you can use it for A330 or A340. As for the diagram, my friend, well I am not good at drawing, am only good at coloring my manual.
Q:Inside the car brake system which contains accessories
Brake shoe, drum brake disc, drum air compressor front and rear brake chamber. Vacuum booster brake assembly hydraulic brake master cylinder, cylinder anti-lock braking system ABS
Q:Physics. Hydraulic braking systems?
it is no longer plenty that drinks can pass stress, fairly that they are able to no longer be compressed. The grasp cylinder is crammed with fluid held in a reservoir, that reservoir is hooked as much as a cylinder with a piston it somewhat is hooked as much as the brake pedal. The grasp cylinder is hooked as much as brake cylinders on the guy wheels by utilising brake lines or tubes. the completed device is void of air and brake fluid fills all of the cylinders and lines. each guy or woman wheel cylinder has pistons besides. once you push on the brake pedal the stress from the pedal pushes the piston interior the grasp cylinder forward. The piston tries to compress the fluid, on the grounds that this won't ensue the fluid is compelled into the brake lines. Then fluid is compelled into the wheel cylinders. the upward thrust of the fluid interior the wheel cylinders forces the pistons outward. those pistons are related to the brake shoes (drum brakes) or calipers (disk brakes). The brake shoes are pressed against the drum and or disk, which creates friction and motives the motor vehicle to slow to a supply up.
Q:braking system?
Independent braking system
Q:How a disk brake system work????
The disc brake is a lot like the brakes on a bicycle. Bicycle brakes have a caliper, which squeezes the brake pads against the wheel. In a disc brake, the brake pads squeeze the rotor instead of the wheel, and the force is transmitted hydraulically instead of through a cable. Friction between the pads and the disc slows the disc down. A moving car has a certain amount of kinetic energy, and the brakes have to remove this energy from the car in order to stop it. How do the brakes do this? Each time you stop your car, your brakes convert the kinetic energy to heat generated by the friction between the pads and the disc. Most car disc brakes are vented. Vented disc brakes have a set of vanes, between the two sides of the disc, that pumps air through the disc to provide cooling. Follow the link below for a complete explanation
Q:Bleeding the air from a cars brake system?
yes... a vaccum bleeder is the best and preferred method to bleed automotive brake systems now and although as you say... the front and rear brakes are basically seperate...it is still a good idea to bleed both and start with the wheel farthest from the master cylinder.. typically the passenger side rear, and make sure to keep the master cylinder topped off while bleeding so as to not draw in more air when the resevoir gets low then do the driver side rear, then the passenger front, then driver front if you emptied the lines you are going to be there awhile... so make sure you have plenty of new clean fluid on hand , best to have 2 people ..one to keep the resevoir topped off while the other uses the vaccum bleeder heres how the vaccum bleeders work.... make sure the bleed screw is loosened before starting, (not stuck), then lightly tighten it, then connect the vaccum hose and begin pumping the vaccum tool a few times to build the pressure...then loosen the bleeder one quarter turn until the vaccum is released then close the bleeder again and begin again... until the fluid runs smooth with no "spitting" from air in the line
Q:Why do you have a brake pedal when the vehicle is braked with an anti-lock device (ABS)
It is because the brake tubing air is not good.

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