When it’s time for air brake services, the team of professionals at Blaine Brothers is available to serve you 24/7. No job is too big. No job is too small.
WHY CHOOSE BLAINE BROTHERS FOR YOUR Air Brake Repair NEEDS?
At Blaine Brothers, we understand that your air brakes are key to your safety and that if they’re not functioning correctly, it can lead to serious problems. That’s why we’re committed to providing you with air brake repairs at prices that won’t break the bank while still giving you the level of service you deserve.
Whether it’s basic air brake maintenance or more complicated repairs, you can trust that our team of skilled technicians will work diligently to diagnose the problem and repair it using high-quality parts and products from the industry’s top manufacturers. Plus, we’ll get the job done on schedule so you can get back on the road without losing out on revenue.
This is how we’ve done business since we were founded in 1979 and we pledge to continue to serve our customers and partners with honesty and integrity for many years to come. Why? Because they’re like part of our family, and when they succeed, we all win. We’re proud to be a driving force in the trucking community and we’re looking forward to showing you why so many members of the trucking industry rely on Blaine Brothers to keep them moving forward. If you’re looking for air brake repair for your fleet of trucks, we’re excited to be of service to you.
Air Brake Repair FAQs
What causes air brake failure?
There are many causes of air brake failure. The most common cause is an imbalance in the braking system that puts more force on one brake than the others. Brake overheating is another problem that can lead to failure. Brakes typically overheat due to poor technique in situations that require high brake load, like going downhill.
Faulty or misconfigured suspension can also create a brake imbalance and a reduction in braking smoothness. Overloaded trailers are another big factor, and even the freshest brakes cannot stop an overloaded trailer. Being negligent with brake hoses and missing chafing or kinking in the braking system can also cause failure.
How much does an air brake system cost?
If you are looking to install an entire air brake system, it will cost significantly more than a conventional hydraulic brake system. On average, it will cost $2,000 more than a conventional system, for a complete cost of about $3,000.
How do you service air brakes?
Air brakes are serviced in a similar way to hydraulic brakes, and the pads are changed in much the same way on both systems. The air brake system will require more attention to other components to ensure the whole system is operating properly.
All air valves are checked for function and failure, and the lining of the brakes is checked for dirt and debris. The push rod operation is checked, as are the slack adjusters. Broken or missing parts are replaced.
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