Brake Master Cylinder

Quick Response and High Brake Efficiency

The master cylinder is the heart of the brake's hydraulic system. It converts the force exerted on the brake pedal into hydraulic pressure to apply the brakes. Depressing the brake pedal moves a push rod in the master cylinder. Mounted on the push rod are a pair of pistons (primary and secondary) in tandem (one after the other) that exert force against the fluid in the master cylinder bore. The pressure created displaces fluid through the various brake circuits and lines to each of the wheels and applies the brakes.


Clutch Slave Cylinder

The clutch slave cylinder absorbs the pressure arriving from the clutch pipe and transfers it to the clutch release lever. The operating medium moves the piston forwards and disengages the clutch. On the return stroke, the clutch pushes the medium back again. This engages the clutch.


Clutch Master Cylinder

The clutch master cylinder transforms the drivers required release travel, applied via the clutch pedal, into a hydraulic pressure.


Brake Wheel Cylinder

Wedge Wheel Cylinder

By the air pressure within the brake chamber, the rod part of the wheel cylinder meeting with the chamber moves to cause piston movement in the form of a wedge, and it causes brakes by attaching the shoe to the drum.

Automated Gap Control and General Wheel Cylinder

The wheel cylinder is a component of a hydraulic drum brake system. It is located in each wheel and is usually positioned at the top of the wheel, above the shoes. Its function is to exert force onto the shoes so as to bring them into contact with the drum and stop the vehicle with friction.