Brakewel manufactures both asbestos free and asbestos Chinaclutchbrake China Brake Pad and is O.E. supplier to all reputed companies in India. It manufactures brake lining for cars, tractors and brake blocks for light commercial vehicles, heavy commercial vehicles, overhead cranes, hoist, mining equipments and winches.Clutch facing is made of fibre, friction modifier, resin, rubber crumb, metal particles, fillers, lubricant, abrasive.Clutch facing is classified into asbestos and non-asbestos. Meanwhile, the production mode is woven and wound. It has a medium coefficiency of friction and high strength & Speed. The clutch facing has been designed conforming to the international standard availabel in clutch and vehicle manufacturers on non-speed and non-pressure sensivity resistance to fade and wear. We supply clutch facing for JAPAN, USA, GERMAN, BRISTIAN and other vehicle. Clutch linings are a type of friction material, similar to brake linings. They have a much different function, however; a clutch is used to transfer the motion of one mechanical component to another by keeping two surfaces in contact. The clutch lining is what prevents these two surfaces from slipping.
Today's clutch linings are usually made from fiberglass, kevlar or some type of metal. Throughout most of the 20th century however, clutch linings were made from asbestos. According to the author of an informational website on Ford products, "asbestos provides superior cushioning and better wear" than the modern materials currently in use today.
Regulations in the U.S. that would have made the use and manufacture of asbestos clutch linings illegal have been overturned in federal courts; however, as knowledge of the health hazards of asbestos has become widespread, market forces have more or less ended the domestic manufacture of asbestos products. However, there are no laws that prevent the import of asbestos clutch linings and other friction products into the U.S.
The China Brake Shoe manufacturers of asbestos friction products continue to operate overseas. Moreover, there are no regulations in the U.S. that require the labeling of these products. Two major companies still in the business are Standard Friction Ltd. of Mumbhai, India and SafetyWay, located in Jiangsu, China. Asbestos exposure continues to be a hazard for auto mechanics and people who work on their own vehicles.