Industrial Drum Brakes are often used in mechanical operation equipment, mainly to slow down and let the equipment stop the role. What is the way the Industrial Drum Brakes are running? The brake is a device capable of decelerating, stopping, or holding the stopped state of the moving part by applying a braking torque to the rotating element through the fixing element therein to reduce the rotational angular velocity of the latter while relying on the attachment of the wheel to the ground The braking force of the road to the wheel to slow down the car. Industrial Drum Brakes are also commonly known as Industrial Drum Brakes. It is widely used in many fields today. It is mainly composed of frame, brake and control device. Some Industrial Drum Brakes are also equipped with automatic adjustment of the gap between the brake parts. In order to reduce the braking torque and structural dimensions, the Industrial Drum Brakes are usually mounted on the high speed shaft of the equipment, but large equipment with high safety requirements should be mounted on the low speed shaft near the working part of the equipment. The general principle of the brake system is to prevent the rotation or rotation of the wheel by the mutual friction between the non-rotating element connected to the vehicle body (or frame) and the rotating element connected to the wheel (or drive shaft).