The brake pad (English name: brake lining) is generally […]
The brake pad (English name: brake lining) is generally composed of steel plate, adhesive insulation layer and friction block. The steel plate is painted to prevent rust. The coating process uses SMT-4 furnace temperature tracker to detect the temperature of the coating process. Distribution to ensure quality. The insulation layer is composed of a material that does not transfer heat, and is intended to be insulated. The friction block is composed of a friction material and an adhesive, and is squeezed on the brake disc or the brake drum to generate friction when braking, thereby achieving the purpose of decelerating the brake of the vehicle. Due to the friction, the friction blocks are gradually worn out, and generally the lower the cost, the faster the brake pads wear. After the friction material is used, the brake pads should be replaced in time, otherwise the steel plate and the brake disc will be in direct contact, eventually losing the braking effect and damaging the brake disc.