drum brake


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drum brake

[′drəm ‚brāk]
(mechanical engineering)
A brake in which two curved shoes fitted with heat- and wear-resistant linings are forced against the surface of a rotating drum.
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The drum brake combines an encoder, ratchet/pawl mechanism and electrical over-speed system control.
Truck and equipment manufacturers, whose products rely upon drum brake materials, were opposed to the proposed immediate reduction in the amount of allowable asbestos in friction materials.
Priced at Rs 62,000 for the drum brake variant and chuck in an extra Rs 5,000 for the disc brake; the Aviator does offer good value for money, especially if you're looking for a bit of style.
Friction Products is responsible for the manufacture and sale of pads for disc brakes and linings for drum brakes in the North American.
To bridge the price gap between the Discover 100T and the 125ST, a drum brake variant of the 125ST and maybe a more expensive disc brake variant of the 100T would have sufficed.
The company makes items such as disc brake pads and drum brake linings for cars and commercial vehicles.
Mr Hargreaves said: "We have changed the structure to form a clutch and drum brake division.
The model features a single headlight unit at the front that sits across the cowl, with clear lens indicators set side-by-side, handle-mounted mirrors on the blacked out-handlebars, suspension via telescopic forks at the front and a set of dual shock absorbers at the rear, a side-mounted silencer and a drum brake assembly.
mechanical drum brake that is targeted toward a range of applications, including material handling, commercial turf, utility vehicles and compact construction equipment.
Paolo Buriasso becomes chief operating officer for drum brake operations and also director and general manager of AP's plant at Cairo Montenotte in Italy.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Drum Brake Hd Rear