brake shoe

listen to the pronunciation of brake shoe
İngilizce - İngilizce
An element of a drum brake into which the friction-producing brake lining is attached
The arc-shaped carrier to which the brake linings are mounted in a drum brake They also force the lining against the rotating drum during braking
holds the brake pad
moving member(s) of a brake, lined with friction material which, when in contact with the brake drum, holds the elevator at floor level On some types of control, it will stop the elevator when power is removed from the hoist motor
a restraint provided when the brake linings are moved hydraulically against the brake drum to retard the wheel's rotation
The arc-shaped carrier to which the friction lining are mounted and which force the lining against the rotating drum during braking
device that rubs against a wheel to slow or stop a moving vehicle
Correctly, the shoe is the metal component (rim and web assembly) used to push the friction material against the drum in a drum brake system, but the term is now used to refer to the whole shoe and lining assembly
A curved metal block that presses against and arrests the rotation of a wheel or brake drum. one of the two curved parts that press against the wheel of a vehicle in order to make it go more slowly or stop
A curved piece of aluminum with a lining used to prevent the Micrometer Stop from moving during operation
brake shoes
plural form of brake shoe
brakeshoe
Alternative spelling of brake shoe
brake shoes
The friction device used to stop the vehicle in a drum brake system The "shoes" are half mooned shaped and are hydraucially pushed against the smooth circular drum surface thus stopping the car The friction material used is usually semi-metallic, sometimes organic in nature
brake shoes
Brake shoes are used specifically with drum brake systems Brake shoes fit inside the brake drum, and are pressed against the drum by a wheel cylinder when the brakes are applied, thus slowing or stopping the car
brake shoes
Curved, replaceable friction surfaces used with drum-type brakes
brake shoes
Curved pieces of metal on which brake linings are bonded The shoes push the lining against the brake drum in order to slow and stop the car
brake shoes
The replaceable friction material that contacts the brake drum in a drum brake system to slow or stop the car
brake shoes
(Otomotiv) Curved pieces of metal on which brake linings are bonded. The shoes push the lining against the brake drum in order to slow and stop the car
brake shoes
The brake linings used in drum brakes (the rear brakes on most cars) Each drum contains two shoes (a primary or leading shoe, and a secondary or trailing shoe) Replacement shoes are sold in sets of four, one pair for each brake When shoes are replaced, the condition of the mounting hardware and return springs should be carefully inspected Replace any worn, damaged or stretched components Drums should also be turned on a lathe to restore a smooth surface
brake shoe