Disc brake introduction
Disc Brakes are brake systems that use metal blocks (discs) instead of drums. The disc brake has a flat brake shoe on both sides of the brake disc. When the oil pressure of the brake master cylinder is sent to the cylinder, the brake shoe is clamped to the brake disc to achieve the brake effect. Disc brakes are generally used for the front wheels, and some advanced car devices have four-wheel disc brakes. The advantages are that they are sensitive and have good heat dissipation. It is not necessary to adjust the brake clearance and maintenance is easy.