the Pressure booster

- Sep 08, 2018 -

The pneumatic pressure assist mechanism is a mechanism that uses compressed air as a power source to generate assist force in a hydraulic brake that uses hydraulic oil as a transmission medium. The so-called air brake booster, when the brake pedal is depressed, the brake fluid output from the master cylinder flows into the hydraulic air assist assembly, and while pushing the hydraulic piston, the control piston is pushed to deliver the compressed air stored in the cylinder into the shell. The body makes the power piston work. This increases the oil pressure delivered to the wheel cylinders and provides a powerful boosting effect.