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Number: 188/348
Name: Brakes > Operators > Fluid pressure > Road vehicle > With power quick-slack-take-up
Description: Device wherein an operating member controls both (1) a source of stored energy, such as compressed air or vacuum, to initially eliminate "play" in the brake system as well as then (2) actuate the actual brake means.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8459420 Brake lever assembly with two cylinder units Jun. 11, 2013
6269916 Brake cylinder using dual piston assemblies Aug. 7, 2001
4817767 Hydraulic brake system for automotive vehicles Apr. 4, 1989
4746174 Method and brake system for traction slip control May. 24, 1988
4592597 Hydraulic brake for vehicles Jun. 3, 1986
4496033 Dual piston actuator Jan. 29, 1985
4467605 Hydro-pneumatic actuator with automatic slack adjuster Aug. 28, 1984
4404803 Brake unit with a hydraulic boosting device Sep. 20, 1983
4392558 Actuator mechanisms for vehicle brakes Jul. 12, 1983
4295548 Brake actuator Oct. 20, 1981
4225022 Brake booster Sep. 30, 1980

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