Common name for Friction Material.
The friction material which is pressed against the rotating member of an automotive brake. May be asbestos (see), metallic, semi-metallic (see), or NAO (see).
Friction material attached to the shoes in a drum brake system.
the lining on the brake shoes that comes in contact with the brake drum
A friction material that is fastened to the brake shoes. Heel - The end of the brake shoe that touches the drum after the toe.
the friction material which contacts the disc or drum to slow the vehicle down.
Heat-resistant friction material that is pressed against the metal drum or disc to achieve braking force.
Heat-resistant friction material that presses against the disc/drum to create braking force.
For drum brakes, this is high-friction and heat resistant material that's attached to a brake shoe. When the shoe is pressed against the brake drum, the lining grabs the inside of the drum, which stops the wheel and thus the car.