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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



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


ISO9001 and TS16949 approved.


-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
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


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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A2: We have established an advanced quality management system which conducts strict quality tests at every step, from raw materials to the final product. At the same time, we provide extensive follow-up service assurances as required.

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Q:What are the reasons for the brake system of the hydraulic brake system?
Mainly the following aspects: 1. Oil shortage of oil 2. Pipeline air. 3. There is no problem with the machine, such as the brake film
Q:What is the difference between a four-wheel disc brake and a rear disc in a car brake system?
According to Encyclopedia in the "car brake system" Glossary: ​​drum brakes drum brakes is a traditional way of braking, its working principle can be very image with a coffee cup to describe. Brake drums like coffee cups, when you put five fingers into the rotating coffee cup, the finger is the brake pads, as long as you will be a finger out, rubbing the inner wall of the coffee cup, the coffee cup will stop spinning. The drum brake on the car is simply said by the brake oil pump, piston, brake pads and tympanum, brake by the brake cylinder high-pressure brake oil to promote the piston, the two half-moon brake shoe exertion , So that it squeeze the inner wall of the tympanic, by friction to prevent the brake drum rotation to achieve the braking effect. Disc Brakes In recent years, the speed of cars has been increasing, and the total weight of trucks and buses has been increasing. In addition, the center of gravity of the car is generally reduced and the use of small diameter wide cross-section of the tire, so that the installation of the brake is limited, so the use of heavy trucks and cars with good braking heat stability can be a growing number of disc brakes. The disc brakes can be divided into clamp disc brakes and full brake two. Disc brakes, also known as disc brakes, the working principle can be used to describe a dish, you use the thumb and forefinger to hold the rotating plate, the plate will stop spinning. The disc brakes on the car are made up of brake oil pumps, a brake disc connected to the wheel and a brake calipers on the disc. Brake, the high-pressure brake oil to promote the piston within the caliper, the brake shoe will be pressed against the brake disc to produce the braking effect.
Q:Air brake system.....?
I haven't got time to tell you all i know about train air brakes lol.Basically a train has a brake pipe connected between each car.On a freight train they are set at 90psi.The engines maintain the pressure in the brake pipe.Each car has an air tank also which has the same pressure as the brake pipe.When an engineer sets the brakes it removes air from the brake pipe.That causes a control valve on each car to open and let air from the tank flow to a brake cylinder on the car applying the brakes.The smallest reduction you can make is 6 pounds.When the brake pipe and the tank on the car reach the same pressure the valve closes(known as equalization).If more brakes are applied the process starts again.On standard freight train air brakes once a set is made it can't be lessened.If you set too much you have to release the brakes and start over.When you release the brakes the locomotives start pumping the brake pipe back up to 90 psi.That opens the cars control valve again releasing the brake cylinder pressure and starts recharging the air tank back to 90 psi.Til the tank is fully charged again the brakes will not be as effective if another set is made.It's possible to actually deplete your air to the point where you have no brakes.We call that pissing away your air(a serious problem).There's a lot more to how they operate but that's the basics.You might try googling Westinghouse air brakes.George Westinghouse invented the system we use today.If that doesn't get you anything try Wabtec. Edit I came back to your question to see if you had got any more info.With all respect to Ken D train air brakes and truck brakes are in no way related.Train brakes are not spring operated like trucks.They function just by air pressures.You will surely get more info if your re-post your question in the rail section.There are a number of very knowledgeable people that frequent that section.But after 35 years on the railroad trust me i know what i'm talking about.
Q:What is a hydraulic brake system?
while the brake pedal is pressed, leverage multiplies the stress utilized from the pedal to a vacuum booster. The booster multiplies the stress back and acts upon a piston interior the grasp cylinder. As stress is utilized to this piston, stress interior the hydraulic equipment will develop, forcing fluid interior the direction of the strains to the slave cylinders. the two maximum trouble-free preparations of slave cylinders are a pair of antagonistic pistons that are compelled aside by using the fluid stress (drum brake), and a single piston that's compelled out of its housing (disc brake). The slave cylinder pistons then practice stress to the brake linings (many times noted as shoes for drum brakes and pads for disc brakes). The stress utilized to the linings lead them to be pushed against the drums and rotors. The friction between the linings and drum/rotor motives a braking torque to be generated, slowing the automobile.
Q:At what point in the braking operation does the system give your car the maximum stopping distance?
Braking performance is dictated by the power of the braking system and the grip of the wheels. assuming yur brakes are strong enough to cause the wheels to lock up when applied hard at any speed, maximum braking happens right before the wheels lock up. wheel lock up happens when the brakes apply more force onto the wheels than they can provide friction with the pavement. this causes them to slide. kinetic coefficients of friction are lower than static (sliding things are less grippy than non sliding things). because of this, once the wheels start to slide and stop spinning, braking performance will be drastically decreased. because of this, you want to maximize the force applied to the wheels without having them slide. this is why maximum braking performance is achieved when the right before the wheels lock up. for most drivers this can be a very difficult skill to master especially considering that most extreme braking is done to avoid accidents. in these cases the driver has very little mental preparation to be able to maximize braking and many people end up just slamming on the brakes and sliding away. ABS systems work by sensing wheel lock up and then pulsing the brakes on and off very quickly. this lets the wheels regain traction rather than keep sliding. this means that for most people, maximum braking comes by pressing the brake pedal the hardest possible. this is so that the ABS system kicks in and takes over. if there is no ABS system, this type of braking input can easily cause the wheels to lock up and decrease performance.
Q:What is the differences between ABS & anti locking system ?
There's nothing called anti-locking system - It's called anti-lock braking system (i.e., ABS.)
Q:Our little gray gray Buick Regal 2.0 recent dashboard on the small screen frequently jump out
Cabin fuse box open, the lower right corner there is a vacancy fuse, big amperes, 30A plug on ok.
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:power braking versus ABS system?
The ABS system is a safety feature and not a type of brake system. All cars these days have power brakes.
Q:automotive brake system (anti-lock)?
No! you pressurise the system when you press your foot on the brake pedal but the system is not pressurised until then

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