The working principle of the brake wheel cylinder When the brake pedal is pressed, the master cylinder causes thrust to press the gear oil against the wheel cylinder, and the piston rod inside the wheel pump is subjected to the hydraulic working pressure at the beginning of the movement to promote the brake disc. The oil brake pedal is composed of the brake master cylinder and the brake fluid storage tank. They are connected to the brake pads on one side and the brake pipes on the other. Brake fluid is stored in the brake master cylinder, and there are oil outlets and oil inlet holes. When the brake pedal is stepped on, the oil outlet opens and the oil inlet closes. Under the working pressure of the piston rod of the pump casing, the brake pipe is squeezed by the oil pipe and flows away to each brake cylinder for the function of the braking system. When the brake pads are released. The oil outlet in the brake master cylinder will be closed, and the oil inlet hole will be opened, so that the brake fluid flows from each brake cylinder to the brake master cylinder and returns to the initial condition. The classification of brake cylinders is divided into air brake pedals and hydraulic brake pedals.
The air brake is composed of a gas compressor (commonly known as an air pump), at least 2 air reservoirs, 1 brake master cylinder, 1 quick release valve for the front tire, and a relay valve for the rear tire. There are 4 brake cylinders, Four adjustment backs, four cams, eight brake shoes and four ancient brakes.
The hydraulic brake fluid brake pedal is composed of the brake master cylinder (hydraulic brake pump) and the brake fluid storage tank. Heavy trucks use air brake pedals, and ordinary cars are all oil brake pedals, so the car brake master cylinder and brake cylinder are all hydraulic brake system pumps. The brake cylinder (hydraulic brake pump) is an indispensable part of the brake system. When you brake, if you step on the brake pad, the brake master cylinder will press the brake fluid to each brake cylinder according to the pipeline. The brake cylinder, on the other hand, has a crankshaft that controls the brake pedal shoe or pad. When the brake pedal is applied, the brake fluid in the brake pipe pushes the crankshaft on the brake cylinder, so that the brake pedal shoe grips the flange on the wheel to slow down the wheel. The technical standard of automobile brake cylinder is very high, because it is related to human life.