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What is the Brake Pad
Brake pads are an essential component of the braking system in a vehicle. They work together with other parts, such as the brake rotors or drums, to slow or stop the vehicle.
When the driver applies the brake pedal, a hydraulic system in the vehicle sends brake fluid to the brake calipers, which then push the brake pads against the brake rotors (or drums). This creates friction, which slows down or stops the vehicle.
Why Braking pads is Necessary
Brake pads are typically made of a high-friction material, such as ceramic, metallic, or organic compounds. These materials are selected for their ability to withstand high temperatures and resist wear and tear. The brake pads are mounted on the caliper and are designed to squeeze against the rotor when the brake pedal is depressed.
Brake pads are designed to withstand high levels of heat and pressure, which means they can be used repeatedly without losing their effectiveness. Over time, however, they will wear down and need to be replaced. If the brake pads are not replaced when they become too worn, they can damage other components of the braking system, such as the rotor, and lead to more expensive repairs.
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