Carbon Electric Brakes

Posted by on Dec 2, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Carbon Electric Brakes

Electric carbon brakes

Carbon brakes as part of a an electric system are one of the most modern braking systems in the world these days. Any electrician like these guys, will tell you that friction and energy are two of the most powerful forces in the world. What vehicle manufacturers are finding is that by combining the incredible absorption and dissipation power of brakes with the incredible speed and accuracy of electric systems creates efficiencies that create unparalleled stopping power for our ever faster and more powerful vehicles.

The brakes industry is all predicated on the same principle, whether they are being used on cars, planes, or bicycles. Kinetic energy of moving wheels has to be consumed, absorbed and then converted to heat to dissipate the energy and not damage the permanent parts.

For example: When the brakes of a Boeing 767 are used during a landing, the plane has a weight greater than 300,000 pounds and the landing speed is usually in excess of 150 miles per hour. This converts to more than 400 million joules of energy that will be expended in stopping that plane. All that energy must be absorbed and then released by the brakes.

What Are They?

Carbon is one of the best materials in the world for absorbing this mega amount of energy. The “friction market” thrives on carbon brakes. They have a very low thermal expansion (CTE) coefficient and great resistance to high temperatures and good durability.

One of the most recent developments in carbon brakes systems is the “more electric” systems. In fact the ultimate goal is for a 100% totally electric vehicle which doesn’t use gas or hydraulics.

Manufacturers are introducing electro-hydraulic equipment and electric braking systems,

Now manufacturers can produce cost effective, electronic control units, electric braking system, and electrical wiring that replaces hydraulic equipment, hydraulic pistons.

This allows vehicles to have systems that uses computers to send 100% electrical signals to the carbon disks which press each other and create the necessary dissipation and friction.

These new products which include electric  brakes with carbon friction material, brake control systems and brake temperature monitoring systems,  electro-mechanical braking technology, systems integration, hydraulic and electrically actuated brakes. These technological improvements provide improved brake performance and extended durability.

How They Work

Residential electricians like this one from San Mateo, CA: can tell you the principles behind the efficiencies of electric automobile systems. And aircraft to create the new electrical systems for carbon electric brakes are built by companies like these.

So how do these new electric brakes work?

Motor-driven electric-brake actuation is going to be old fashioned. They use tons of current and moving those motors consumes lots of power.

Electric brake-actuators in the future will be more efficient and reduce weight by using piezoelectric devices

Piezoelectric devices are crystals that have their sized changed by voltage that is applied to them.  These drivers are used in new rail diesel injection valves. In the new actuators, the two carbon plates will be pressed togther, one which is backed up by piezoelectric actuators. These vibrate the disc so that the surface vibrates by using a circular orbit which gies it low mass and high torque. Then they will make a ball screw apply the braking.

Why They Are Important

Why is it so important to have fully electric carbon brakes? Well it is part of the larger effort to have all car systems be electric. Much power in hydraulic and motor systems is wasted because the constant speed delivers more power than what is needed in any given instant.

Now that flexible control electronics are becoming de rigueur future cars, motorcycles and cars will have all sorts of electric devices like brakes, air conditioning, and oil pumps.

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Carbon Build-Up Impact on Car Smog

Posted by on Aug 26, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Carbon Build-Up Impact on Car Smog

carbon deposits


Carbon build-up from your car’s engine can cause your car to fail its smog test. (BTW we recommend San Pablo Smog when  you are ready to get your car checked and tested).

One of the first thing you may notice with carbon build up is dirty exhaust, higher fuel usage and acceleration issues.

What is carbon build up?  It is generally deposits that attach themselves as sticky, black goo on parts of your engine like the manifolds and valves. It is important to note that they are NOT caused by carbon clutches or brakes. They are generally caused by your car’s combustion and low fuel quality and engine efficiency.

As the carbon rich fuel is burned small pieces of carbon can slough off and stick to the engine, manifolds, and spark plugs.  Over time this buildup can get so thick that it interferes with the proper functioning of the engine.

Each time you press the gas pedal, you’re controlling how much air and fuel the engine requires. Before entering into the combustion chamber of a motor cylinder, these quantities typically mix together. There the mixture ignites, which powers the vehicle.

By burning fuel carbon is created. This carbon exhaust accumulates in-the-air intake, combustion chamber and can be output in the exhaust as “dirty smog”.

The cause of carbon buildup has also been linked to the following:

Aromatic Hydrocarbons inside the fuel
Alloys from fuel
Preservatives used in fuel
Stop and Go traffic

This is where the problem starts. If there’s an excess accumulation of carbon in your vehicles engine the following can happen:

Running not smooth
Poor automobile emissions
Poor fuel economy
In extreme cases it may lead to motor damage

For instance, a misfiring spark plug or overly-rich fuel mixture can lead to more carbon deposits. These deposits form during regular functioning in most internal combustion engines but if you have an overly-rich fuel mixture, this can be accelerated.

High performance vehicles are especially vulnerable to issues with carbon buildup. It is often more difficult to find the fuel, and tuning that is needed to keep them from creating buildup.

What is the solution?

1. To prevent it make sure you get the proper maintenance on your car, tell your mechanic if you notice some of the signs, and use the proper quality of gas for your car.

2. If you already have an excessive amount of carbon build up have your air intake cleaned by flushing a cleaning fluid through the combustion chamber, intake manifold and valves, cylinder heads, piston crowns, oxygen sensors and catalytic converters. You can also remove carbon depostis with a wire brush and then clean the surface with a fine grain sandpaper.

3. Deposits can also be removed with a water method. See this video:

4. You can prevent this from ruining your smog test by taking care of it and then taking your car to a smog place like

In Conclusion:

Carbon deposits are an inherent part of your car’s operation. Basic amounts of deposits won’t cause your car to break down, but extreme buildup can hurt the catalytic converter, and engine.
Engine ping during acceleration, major gas usage or extreme dirty smog emissions are a sign of carbon build up.

Clean it outside. In the event that you suspect issues related to carbon accumulation, have your service adviser advocate the most effective solution to get rid of deposits and scrutinize the engine. The alternative may entail pressure replacing spark plugs or just cleaning the fuel system.

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Carbonetic Street Twin Clutch Is The Best For Your Car

Posted by on Jun 23, 2015 in Carbon, Carbon parts for car, Carbon Technology | Comments Off on Carbonetic Street Twin Clutch Is The Best For Your Car

Carbonetics (1)Driving has never been this enjoyable all thanks to the super carbonetic street twin clutches,they are the best clutches for small and big cars and make driving more accurate and faster,this clutch has a unique performance and it is of high quality but very affordable,it is the latest and common clutch thus why most people prefer it to other clutches although it produces a roaming sound it does function well and what is good about it is that the sound can only be heard outside but not in the interior of your car thus making driving cool and enjoyable.This clutch has double and some have triple carbonetic plates which thus making it durable and easy to maintain the word is,it is a cost effective product.

Below are some of the exclusive features of this carbonetic street twin clutch that makes it the best with high performance rate:

Easy to shift

Unlike other clutches which do not shift faster,this one can be shifted very faster because it has twin carbon plates that makes its shifting to be easy,the twin carbon plates are made to be flexible when waving and the inertia weight is so light thus making the shifting process so easy,it is a suitable clutch for driving in a steep hill and also when you are in a terrible jam,it minimizes accidents and jam crush thus why it is a good clutch for your daily car.carbon-triple-clutch

Requires no warm up

Some clutches requires a five minute warm up but this carbonetic street twin clutch only takes effect as soon as you ignite your car,it does not require any waiting thus why it is good in jam,as soon as you ignite your car then you are ready to hit the road.

Engages smoothly and has soft pedal performance

This clutch is soft and easy to step on as you engage the gears,it always makes the driving more comfortable and easy like that of a stock car,it also does not produce weird sounds when step on because it is a soft and smooth clutch.twin

Light weight

It has a light disk which controls friction and a flywheel that has an aluminium cover thus making it more effective and faster,this clutch also connects well with other parts of the car and it is the best clutch ever.

If you want to avoid visiting a mechanic and avoiding jam disappointment that comes as a failure of clutch then go for this carbonetic clutch,it makes driving real and perfect.

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