Faw Brake Adjuster Arm
Country/Region of Manufacture
71% - 80%
Current Export Market
South America,Western Europe,Eastern Europe,Mid East
1. Adjust the brake clearance precisely
2. Ensure the best braking torque
3. The use of the most advanced production technology
Brake Adjustment is attained by adjustment of the Slack Ajuster by means of turning the adjusting bolt. The brakes are first tightened by rotating the screw in a direction which moves the tip of the slack adjuster - and the pushrod - TOWARDS the air chamber until it stops - at this position, the brake shoes are tightly up against the insides of the brake drums.
1. Standard Exporting package
2. Original package or neutral package
3. Customized packaging according to customer requirements
4. Shipped in 10-35 working days after payment
Liaoning EO Technology Co., Ltd. is a professional global trading company to export Faw brake adjuster arms. Our partners are professional top manufacturers and providers all over the world. So we have the ability to provide a variety of products with different qualities and prices, and we provide warehouses in a wide range of areas to improve the transport speed sent to the world. If you need OEM services of brake products , you can contact our professional customer service for advice.
The automatic adjustment arm is generally composed of a housing (shell, bushing), a transmission part (worm, worm), one-way clutch (gear, clutch spring, clutch ring), control device (control panel, control arm, cover, Return spring) and the worm clamping part (worm coil spring, thrust washer, screw cap, needle roller bearings, worm bearings, etc.) and other components.
Wherein the control arm is one of the key components of the automatic adjustment arm different from the manual adjustment arm. It is fixed on the chassis so that the brake clearance automatically adjusts the arm clearance adjustment as a reference point for manual adjustment of the arm without this part. The notch of the control arm assembly corresponds to the clearance angle, i.e., the normal gap between the friction lining and the brake drum.