A brake must match to power, vehicle weight and top speed of a vehicle. Standard equipment in the brake systems of today's Audi models are an anti-lock braking system (ABS), a brake booster and electronic brake-force distribution (EBD).

-see also:
"Brake" is in the NAICS Code "336340"
(Motor Vehicle Brake System ManufacturingBrake lining, automotive, truck, and bus, manufacturing)

"Brake" is in the HS Code "6813.10"
- - Brake linings and pads

"Brake" is in the UNSPSC Code "25171706"
Brake calipers

Ref: 122120/2006-09-19

Brake refers to a mechanism that diminishes or prevents the motion of another device.

-see also:
"Brake" is in the NAICS Code "33634"
Motor Vehicle Brake System Manufacturing

"Brake" is in the HS Code "3819"
Hydraulic Brake Fluids And Other Prepared Liquids For Hydraulic Transmission, Not Containing Or Co

"Brake" is in the UNSPSC Code "15121509"
Brake oil

- 87255/2006-09-17

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