|Place of Origin:||china|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Price:||Factory direct price|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 work days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union，paypal|
|Product Name:||Cast Iron Brake Disc||Disc Material:||Metal Iron|
|Disc Dia.:||362mm||Disc Thickness:||32mm|
|Bell Design:||Floating Bell||Bell Color:||Black Anodized|
|Use:||Auto Brake||Disc Design:||Slotted|
Black Anodized Cast Iron Brake Disc,
Grooved Floating Cast Iron Brake Disc
Cast Iron Brake Disc 362*32mm Grooved Disc Floating Center Bell
The brake disc (or rotor) is the rotating part of a wheel's disc brake assembly, against which the brake pads are applied. The material is typically gray iron, a form of cast iron. The design of the discs varies somewhat. Some are simply solid, but others are hollowed out with fins or vanes joining together the disc's two contact surfaces (usually included as part of a casting process). The weight and power of the vehicle determine the need for ventilated discs.The "ventilated" disc design helps to dissipate the generated heat and is commonly used on the more-heavily loaded front discs.
Discs for motorcycles, bicycles, and many cars often have holes or slots cut through the disc. This is done for better heat dissipation, to aid surface-water dispersal, to reduce noise, to reduce mass, or for marketing cosmetics.
Slotted discs have shallow channels machined into the disc to aid in removing dust and gas. Slotting is the preferred method in most racing environments to remove gas and water and to deglaze brake pads. Some discs are both drilled and slotted. Slotted discs are generally not used on standard vehicles because they quickly wear down brake pads; however, this removal of material is beneficial to race vehicles since it keeps the pads soft and avoids vitrification of their surfaces. On the road, drilled or slotted discs still have a positive effect in wet conditions because the holes or slots prevent a film of water from building up between the disc and the pads.
Example of two piece disc in an aftermarket application
Two-piece discs (rotors) are a disc where the center mounting part of the disc is manufactured separately from the outer friction ring. The central section used for fitment is often referred to as the bell or hat and is commonly manufactured from an alloy such as a 7075 alloy and hard anodised for a lasting finish. The outer disc ring or rotor usually is manufactured from grey iron but in special applications can be from steel or carbon ceramic. Originating from Motorsport but now common in high-performance applications and aftermarket upgrades. Two-piece discs can be supplied as a fixed assembly with regular nuts, bolts, and washers or a more complicated floating system where drive bobbins allow the two parts of the brake disc to expand and contract at different rates, therefore, reducing the chance a disc will warp from overheating. Key advantages of a two-piece disc are a saving in critical un-sprung weight and the dissipation of heat from the disc surface through the alloy bell (hat). Both fixed and floating options have their drawbacks and advantages, floating discs are prone to rattle and collection of debris and are best for suited to Motorsport whereas fixed is best for road use.
|Product name||Cast iron brake disc center cap bracket|
|Brake Disc Size||362*32mm|
|Bracket for caliper model||For megane caliper|
|Center Cap Design||Brembo Floating Center Bell|
|Disc Design||8 Slot Disc|