The ALB is designed to prevent the vehicle from losing traction during heavy braking, as well as keeping it in its place persons and objects that are within this vehicle. It distributes the brake forces across the frame to ensure that all its parts lose speed in a consistent manner. Thanks to the law of inertia, we can calculate the masses as behave when braking. When the seals touch the discs of the brake device, the inertia of the vehicle causes its running to continue, even if the wheels have already lost part of their speed.
This could result in lifting the rear wheels to ensure that the objects and people in the car are thrown forward. To counter the local brake, the rear axle is equipped with a control valve. Thus, the braking force that is set at the rear axle. Thanks to this fact, the adhesion can be maintained behind itself in the case where the braking force is larger in the front. In addition, it prevents the rear wheels from locking in front of the front wheels and it reduces the risk of skidding. By means of a rod and the springs, the load is determined in such a way that the brake corrector can engage accordingly. Modern control systems are designed and electronically controlled by means of a control unit. It is also immaterial whether the vehicle has a hydraulic or pneumatic brake. Because both systems use the apriceppi, the control of the forces can be adjusted very well to move the forces.
Although, the measurement needs to provide for the total weight, including the additional load, you always pay attention not to load the car with heavy objects, which should be real bullets. In addition, account must be taken of the fact that the brake corrector is not able to eliminate all the risks at every braking. In our online shop you will find a large selection of spare parts (eg headlights, V-belts, mudguards, coolers, hoses, fans) for the majority of the automobile brands.