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Auto spare parts HT250 casting trailer and truck brake disc brake disc for truck trailer

1.Truck brake disc nodular graphite iron casting.

2.equipped with Disa sand process line.

3.With ISO9001:2000 and ISo/TS16949:2009 certificates

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Auto spare parts iron casting HT250 truck brake disc brake disc

uto spare parts HT250 casting iron trailer and truck brake disc

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Q:What is the difference between a four-wheel disc brake and a rear disc in a car brake system?
The difference is that disc brakes and drum brakes, double disc brake refers to the front wheel and rear wheels are disc brakes, is commonly known as disc brakes, front disc after the drum refers to the front wheel with disc brakes, rear wheel Type brake. Disc brake (disc brake) brake high efficiency, more stable, modern cars are generally used ventilation-type disc brakes as front wheel brakes; rear wheel brake is the main role of parking, drum brake parking effect is better, so There are many car rear wheels using drum brakes.
Q:Subway vehicles generally use what braking system
Subway vehicles generally use the hybrid braking method, divided into electric brake and air brake, electric brake is divided into regenerative braking and resistance braking. Many of the air brake using the German company can be the company's brake system, the latest is the EP2002 digital brake system, can effectively prevent the vehicle's taxi and idling phenomenon. Regenerative brake is the brake when the motor into a generator using the inertia of the train power generation and the power sent back to the contact (contact rail), in the contact (contact rail) voltage exceeds the limit when the time through the brake cut The oscillator converts the electrical energy from the motor to the braking resistor into heat energy into the air. Under normal circumstances the use of electric brake priority, the electric brake is not enough to meet the braking requirements when the use of air brake. The braking priority is: regenerative braking, resistance braking, air brake. Overall, the electric brake system in the knorr air brake system + traction system. Have the opportunity we can learn together
Q:Inside the car brake system which contains accessories
Braking system can be divided into mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electromagnetic and so on. At the same time using two or more transmission mode of the brake system known as the modular braking system. Different brake systems are not included in the same accessories.
Q:What is the meaning of the dead braking system?
Is to prevent the emergency brake ~ slow down the impact of the brakes
Q:How a disk brake system work????
When you press the brake pedal you drive a piston along a cylinder containing hydraulic fluid (brake fluid) which passes through brake lines to the four car wheels. At each wheel the hydraulic fluid forces pistons in hydraulic cylinders to squeeze the ends of a pair of calipers (somewhat like a pair of scissors) pressing brake pads against the rotating disc attached to the wheel. The friction slows down the car by converting the kinetic energy of the car (due to velocity) into heat (due to friction). When the brake pedal is released, strong springs open the calipers away from the disc sending brake fluid back to the master cylinder at the brake pedal.
Q:What is the role of the car brake system? Mainly composed of several parts.
The main function is the brake, the brake system has the pressure brake and hydraulic brake points. Air brake is mainly used for commercial vehicles (buses and trucks), hydraulic brake is mainly used in passenger cars (cars). Say it is a simple point on the brake of the implementing agencies: disc brakes or drum brakes (that is, to keep the wheel brakes.) Mechanisms: so big car by human certainly can not stop ah, so with the engine to generate air pressure, help Brakes. Control part: that is where you pedal, the equivalent of the light switch. Pipeline part: the pressure or hydraulic pressure piping, passing the braking force to the brake. Popular about this, the professional point of what you can Look for related books
Q:what is the dual brake system in the locomotives?
air brakes supply air to push a piston to apply the brakes,these are double systems with fail safe mod to increase force up to 20% vacuum systems used up to 1970 used vacuum to pull the piston but only worked at 14.7 psi ,atmospheric pressure so everything had to be much larger and heavier to increase efficiency electopneumatic uses electricity to control the brakes so they can all come on at the same time instead of sequentially as in the air only system dynamic braking is where the drive motor become generators that create torque at the drive wheels to slow the train,the power generated is turned to heat and discharged by fans,not all engines have this system
Q:What is the meaning of car brake?
Brake is the brake, the brake system is used in the car to make the outside (mainly pavement) in some parts of the car (mainly the wheel) to exert a certain force, and thus a certain degree of forced braking a series of specialized Device. The role of the braking system is to make the running car in accordance with the requirements of the driver forced to slow down or even stop; so that the parking of vehicles in a variety of road conditions (including on the ramp) stable parking; so downhill car The speed remains stable. The role of the brake from the car can only be used in the car and the direction of the direction of the car and the opposite direction of the external force, and these external forces are random, uncontrollable, so the car must be installed a series of specialized devices to achieve The above functions. Braking system can be divided into traffic brake system, parking brake system, emergency braking system and auxiliary braking system. The braking system used to reduce the speed of the car in motion or even the parking is called the parking brake system; the braking system for stopping the parked vehicle is called the parking brake system; Driving brake system failure, to ensure that the car can still achieve the deceleration or parking of the braking system known as the emergency braking system; in the process of driving, auxiliary driving brake system to reduce the speed or keep the speed stable, but not the vehicle emergency The brake system is called an auxiliary braking system. In the above braking systems, the parking brake system and the parking brake system are required for each vehicle.
Q:how do i change vacuum brake system from the carb to the power steering?
Thats a hydra-boost brake system. Factory used them in some apps. Aftermarket sells kits to retro fit. It's not a simple change a couple parts type thing. You need a master cyl, master cyl adapter, hyd. hoses, fittings, etc. Pretty much remove all your booster, master cyl stuff and replace it with the hydra boost systerm Now depending on how large of a cam you have, you can try a vacuum reservoir. It's a $25 can pretty much that plumbs in line with your vac hose from booster to carb. The can fills up with vac and gives you 2-4 good hard press on brake pedal before it's empty When I rebuilt my combo and went with a 249/252@.050, 106 LSA, .570"/.579" lift cam, I lost most of my idle vac (3-4" HG at idle) where you need around 12" HG for power brakes to work good. I used one of the vacuum reservoirs and it worked but just not good enough for stopping a drag car doing 125 mph at end of 1/4 mile. I went with a strange brand manual brake system. No power booster. The pedal is harder to press, but the car stops better and in a shorter time with the man. brakes vs the power brakes and lack of needed vac
Q:Classification of Automotive Braking System
Brakes can be divided into friction and non-friction two categories. ① friction brake. Press the friction between the brake and the moving parts. ② non-friction brake. The structure of the brake is mainly magnetic brake (the use of magnetic particles generated by the shear force to brake), magnetic eddy current brake (by adjusting the excitation current to adjust the size of the braking torque) and water vortex brake. According to the structure of the brake parts can be divided into external block brakes, the internal brake shoe, belt brakes, disc brakes, etc .; according to the working state of the brake can also be divided into normally closed brake In the tight state, the need to exert external force to lift the brake) and normally open brake (often in the loose state, the need to exert external force can be braking); by manipulation can also be divided into human, hydraulic, Manipulated brakes. According to the role of the brake system Brake system can be divided into traffic brake system, parking brake system, emergency braking system and auxiliary braking system. In the above braking systems, the parking brake system and the parking brake system are required for each vehicle. Brake control The energy braking system can be divided into human braking system, dynamic braking system and servo braking system. The brake system, which is the only braking energy of the driver's body, is called a human braking system; a system that is completely braked by the potential energy of the engine or the pneumatic energy of the hydraulic form is called a dynamic braking system; The braking system for braking of manpower and engine power is called a servo brake system or a power brake system. According to the braking energy transmission system Brake system can be divided into mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electromagnetic and so on. At the same time using two or more transmission mode of the brake system known as the modular braking system.

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