Brake System

The brake system of a vehicle is one of the most important safety features. It is responsible for slowing down and stopping the vehicle when needed. Without a properly functioning braking system, driving would be incredibly dangerous and chaotic.

The brake system consists of various components such as the brake pedal, brake lines, brake calipers, brake discs and brake pads. When the driver depresses the brake pedal, the hydraulic sending system is activated liquid brake lines through the brake lines to the brake calipers. The brake calipers then press the brake pads against the brake discs, creating friction that slows the vehicle.

There are two main types of brake systems: drum and disc brakes. Drum brakes are older and less common than disc brakes. They work by using brake pads that press against the inside of the drum, creating friction that slows the vehicle. Disc brakes, on the other hand, use brake pads that push against a flat disc attached to the hub of the wheel.

Brake System

Disc brakes are more efficient and provide better stopping power than drums. There are also two types of braking systems: hydraulic and mechanical. Hydraulic brake systems are the most common, as they use brake fluid to transmit force to the brake calipers.\

Mechanical brake systems, on the other hand, use a cable to transmit force to the brake calipers. Hydraulic braking systems are more efficient and provide better stopping power than mechanical braking systems. Brake discs and brake pads are designed to wear over time as they create friction every time the brakes are used.

As they wear, they must be replaced to maintain the effectiveness of the braking system. It is important to regularly inspect brake pads and discs to ensure they are in good condition. In addition to regular inspections, there are several signs that your brake system may need repair.

These signs include grinding or screeching noises when the brakes are applied, a soft or spongy brake pedal, a vibrating brake pedal, or a warning light on the dashboard. If any of these signs are present, it is important to have the brake system inspected by a qualified mechanic.


Contact together
us for immediate product availability
210 90 19 927

Contact Form