Tuesday, November 20

Honda Bags Patent for its Combined Brake System for Two-Wheelers

Introduced in 2009, Honda Activa was the first product launched with the combi brake system in India

Japanese auto major Honda Motor Company has bagged a patent for its invention related to its combined brake system for a motorcycle, which helps riders have better control over two-wheelers. The company has been offering the combi brake system (CBS), which is a method of applying the front and rear wheel brakes simultaneously through a single lever in two-wheelers. The method has been operational in Honda motorcycles in India for almost eight years now.

In the existing technology of interlocking brake device, the number of parts around a pedal is high, which makes the brake system complicated. On the other hand, the structure can be simplified by adopting a disc brake system that involves the hydraulic operation of the front wheel and rear wheel brakes. This particular method, however, pushes up the cost of production.

Read more – http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/honda-bags-patent-for-its-combined-brake-system-for-two-wheelers-117110800396_1.html

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