Main brake clamp body for automobile disc brake
The main clamp body is an important component of the disc brake. The main clamp body and the sub clamp body are connected by screws. Brake blocks are placed on both sides of the inner cavity of the clamp body. The brake block is composed of a friction block with a small working area and its metal back plate. Each brake has about 2~4 the brake blocks. The brake blocks and their actuating devices are installed in a caliper-shaped bracket that spans both sides of the brake disc.
The main clamp body series made of QT600-3 material are produced by a vertical boxless molding process, and the inner cavity shape of the product is formed by the sand core. The product has stable size, good internal quality, product spheroidization rate of more than 80%, uniform metallographic structure, good graphite morphology, good product processing performance and stable mechanical performance.
The products have been widely used in commercial vehicle brake systems.