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15.10.2010

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Drum and disc brakes for trucks and buses

The DT Spare Parts brand offers a complete range with more than 30 000 different spare parts for trucks, trailers and buses, including all standard drum and disc brakes.

The DT brand products, made of high quality materials, meet your highest quality requirements and guarantee a long period of use.

DT Spare Parts also provides matching installation and repair kits, which include all individual parts required for installation and maintenance.

DT-Technic Info

Brake pads and linings are an essential part of the braking system, and are amongst the most highly-stressed wear parts. They should always be replaced in full axle sets, and not individually. The brake pads should also be replaced when replacing the brake discs, since they mould themselves to the brake disc by abrasion. Following the installation of new pads, they also need a certain running-in time, in order to bed in to the brake disc or drum and achieve their full braking effect.

Brake pads and linings of the DT Spare Parts brand are characterized by the following features:

· Material composition to meet the highest demands
· Excellent wear resistance
· High efficiency over a wide temperature range
· Gentle to the brake drum or disc
· Tested and certified accordingly to ECE- R90
· DT-marking
· Complete accessories included

Function of the drum brake

  1. DT-marking, ECE-R90 certification, Batch coding and WVA marking*
  2. Matching rivets included
  3. Oversize available

Function of the disc brake

  1. DT-marking, ECE-R90 certification, Batch coding and WVA marking*
  2. Complete accessories included
  3. Restraint system for high stability

Function of the drum brake
In the case of the drum brake, as with the disc brake, a wheel brake cylinder is actuated pneumatically by the braking pressure. The rod actuator then operates the brake camshaft, which pushes the brake shoes apart, causing the linings to press against the drum from the inside.

Function of the disc brake
When operating the service brake, the foot-pedal pressure is transmitted pneumatically and therefore evenly to the individual wheel brake cylinders. The brake cylinders then operate the pistons, which bring the brake pads into contact with the brake disc, initiating the braking procedure.

* DIESEL TECHNIC is a licensee of the WVA numbering system of the “VRI - Verband der Reibbelagindustrie e.V.”, and is therefore authorised to use WVA numbers.

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