Kia Rondo Front Brake Rotor
About front brake rotor
There are two discs in the brake rotor to rub the pads against, and the heat dispensation shield is ribbed between the discs. .The rotational power is converted into heat by the friction between pads and rotors, which stops the engine. You can usually find flush surface balls and every rotor are either drilled or slotted
What is the purpose of front brake rotor?
The rotors are the circular discs attached to each wheel (two in the front and two in the back). Rotors should be designed to translate motion (kinetic energy) into heat. When the calipers would press the brake pads together, friction would be caused by the wide surface area of the rotors.
How front brake rotor works?
Rotors' brake pads will work hand-in - hand to stop the vehicle. When you push the brake pedal, the brake pads of the car will be squeezed against the friction-creating rotor. This friction will cause your vehicle to stop while also producing a huge amount of heat. There are two iron discs in the rotors, connected by ribs.