Brake Disk Drum Plate
A cylindrical part where a brake shoe is compressed for brake action. The part is also called as a brake for motor vehicles or a disk brake.
Braking strength is obtained by forming friction after compressing pads on both sides of disks rotating together with the vehicle wheels. The main parts comprise of the disk rotating together with the wheel hub, the pads forming friction and attached to the disk, the wheel cylinder acting as the hydraulic pressure, and the caliper within the wheel cylinder.