For E bike and E rickshaw Hydraulic Rear Disc Brake Caliper System Handbrake Pump for 150cc 250cc.
The rear disc brake assembly in an electric rickshaw (e-rickshaw) serves a critical role in ensuring safe and effective braking performance.

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  1. Disc Brake Rotor: Similar to front disc brakes, the rear disc brake assembly includes a disc brake rotor. This rotor is typically mounted on the rear wheel hub and rotates with the wheel. When the brakes are applied, brake pads press against the rotor’s surface, creating friction to slow down or stop the vehicle.
  2. Brake Caliper: The brake caliper houses the brake pads and is responsible for applying pressure to them. In the case of rear disc brakes on an e-rickshaw, there may be one or two calipers mounted on either side of the rotor. When the brake pedal or lever is activated, hydraulic pressure or mechanical force is applied to the caliper, causing the brake pads to squeeze against the rotor.
  3. Brake Pads: Brake pads are friction materials that are pressed against the rotor’s surface when the brakes are engaged. These pads endure significant wear and tear over time and need periodic replacement to maintain optimal braking performance.
  4. Brake Lines and Hydraulic System: In e-rickshaws equipped with hydraulic disc brakes, brake lines carry hydraulic fluid from the master cylinder or brake lever to the brake calipers. When the brake lever is activated, hydraulic pressure is transmitted through the brake lines, causing the calipers to engage the brake pads against the rotor. Proper maintenance of the brake lines and hydraulic system is crucial for reliable braking performance.
  5. Mechanical Linkage (Optional): Some e-rickshaws may feature mechanical disc brakes instead of hydraulic brakes. In such cases, a mechanical linkage connects the brake lever or pedal to the brake calipers, allowing the rider to apply mechanical force to engage the brakes.
  6. Heat Dissipation: Like front disc brakes, rear disc brake assemblies must effectively dissipate heat generated during braking to prevent brake fade and maintain consistent performance. Adequate cooling and ventilation of the brake components are essential for optimal operation, especially during heavy braking or prolonged use.

Overall, the rear disc brake assembly is a vital safety component in e-rickshaws, providing reliable braking power to slow down or stop the vehicle when needed. Regular inspection, maintenance, and replacement of brake components are essential to ensure safe and efficient operation.

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