An air dryer’s job is to remove moisture before it reaches the supply tank. Easy enough, right? So as warm, moist air comes off the compressor, it mixes with the cool walls of the air dryer. Some of this moist air will condense on the walls and drain down into the purge-valve. At that point, the air is forced through a filter that removes the moisture, collects solid particles and aerosol contaminates. This treats the air. Then it expels the treated air through the drying via a one-way valve.
These brake pads will apply the necessary pressure and friction to your vehicle's brake rotors and ensure you slow down or stop in good time. When you get these, you will be Keeping yourself and other road users safe.
Installed between the air compressor and the "wet tank" on commercial trucks and motor coaches, this air dryer will filter out water vapour, oil vapour, and other contaminants before they can reach the air tanks and valves.
A brake is one of the most important controls of any vehicle. A brake system is basically a combination of some interactive parts. It absorbs energy from the moving part and slows down the vehicle with the help of friction. A brake system stops the vehicle within the smallest possible distance and hence this is done by converting the kinetic energy of the vehicle into the heat energy which is dissipated into the atmosphere. The two types of brakes are Disc Brakes and Drums Brakes. Disc brakes are mounted on front wheels whilst Drum brakes are mounted on rear wheels. Some modern high-end vehicles have Disc brakes on all four wheels. Browse through this category for brake systems available in Zambian stores.