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brake lining

[′brāk ‚lin·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A covering, riveted or molded to the brake shoe or brake band, which presses against the rotating brake drum; made of either fabric or molded asbestos material.
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According to the latest report Automotive Brake Linings Market Research Report: Information by Material (Non-Asbestos, Semi-Asbestos, Ceramic Friction Brake Lining), by Vehicle Type (Passenger, Commercial), by Sales Channel (OEM, Aftermarket), and by Region - Forecast till 2025, published by Market Research Future, The global automotive brake linings market is predicted to have a favorable growth at 7.8% CAGR during the forecast period 2019-2025
Grinding brakes are caused by excessively worn brake linings; when the lining wears off, the metal part of the brake pad or brake shoe contacts the brake disc or drum and can quickly ruin the most expensive mechanical parts of the brake system.
Supplying the brake linings to AMCF will also increase El-Wahab's productivity, helping it to re-operate its production lines that were halted due to low demand.
Brake linings are either organic--originally asbestos, but now usually Kevlar impregnated with various metals--or metallic.
Electrical regenerative braking feeds up to 15 percent of the motor's driving energy back to the battery when the accelerator pedal is released, further lengthening operating cycles and reducing the wear rate of the brake linings, according to the manufacturer.
The company is experimenting with the use of new material for brake linings for Twin Otters.
Government regarding the sale of brake linings incorporating asbestos fibres by a subsidiary (Dresser was a company they acquired that had stopped the practice of using asbestos in these products long before the date of acquisition).
Like a cheese grater, about 100 hooks roll up from the surface of the plate to improve its grip on brake linings, which are molded into place.
The drama began when the coach, carrying 17 sixth-form pupils and three teachers from Fulford School in York to a biology field trip in Whitby, developed braking problems due to brake linings being worn down to the rivets.
Because the oil in the brake reduces wear on the friction discs, the life of the brake linings are greatly extended, Ausco said.
The deadly substance, used in building materials and brake linings, is believed to be responsible for thousands of deaths every year.