Brake shoes with no noise, no vibration
15 years brake parts production experience
Customers worldwide, full range. Comprehensive category of over 2500 references
Focusing on brake pads and shoes,quality oriented
Knowing about the brake systems, brake pads development advantage, quick development on new references.
Excellent cost control ability
Steady and short lead time plus perfect after sales service
Professional and dedicated sales team for efficient communication
Willing to accommodate customers’ special requirements
Keeping improving and standardizing our process
|Product Name||Low-metallic brake shoes|
|Other names||Metallic brake shoes|
|Packing Way||Color box packing with customers brand|
|Delivery time||60days for 1 to 2 containers|
|Weight||20tons for each 20 feet container|
Each piece will be inspected before leaving the factory
After years of development, Santa brake has customers all around the world. To meet customer’s demand, we set up sales representative in Germany, Dubai, Mexico, and South America. In order to have flexible tax arrangement, Santa bake also have offshore company in USA and Hongkong.
Relying on Chinese production base and RD centers, Santa brake is offering our customers good quality products and trustworthy services.
Brake pads&brake shoes
While brake pads and brake shoes perform similar functions, they are not the same thing.
Brake pads are part of a disc brake system. In such systems, brake pads are squeezed together by a caliper against a rotor disc — hence the name “disc brake.” The pads squeezing against the rotor generate the friction needed to stop the car.
Brake shoes are part of a drum brake system. Brake shoes are crescent-shaped components with a rough friction material on one side. They sit inside of a brake drum. When the brake pedal is pressed, the brake shoes are forced outward, pushing against the inside of the brake drum and slowing down the wheel.
Drum brakes and brake shoes are parts of an older type of braking system and have become less common on modern vehicles. However, some vehicle models will have drum brakes on the rear wheels since drum brakes are more affordable to manufacture.
Do I need brake pads or brake shoes?
While you can’t mix and match on the same wheel – for example using brake pads with drum brakes or brake shoes with disc brakes – it is possible to have both brake pads and shoes on the same car. In fact, many cars use a combination of the two, often smaller vehicles, with disc brake systems fitted on the front axle and drum brake systems fitted on the rear axle