Your Reliable BRAKE CYLINDER , CLUTCH CYLINDER , BRAKE CALIPER Manufacturer with OE Quality from China

With IATF 16949 Certification, 20 Years Experience of Production, Cover 95% of car Models, Specially for Trucks, such
as Hino, Mitsubishi Caner, Fuso, ISUZU, DAIHATSU

GDST Brake&Clutch Cylinder Manufacturer

GDST auto parts is a professional brake cylinder manufacturer with more than 20 years of experience, specializing in producing brake master cylinders, brake wheel cylinders, clutch master cylinders, and clutch slave cylinders. We can supply a wide range of brake parts, including brake calipers, clutch release bearings, and repair kits. Moreover, we can also do customization to meet customers’ requirements on packages: plastic bags, and color boxes.
GDST auto parts have more than 2000 models of brake cylinders, which are mostly exported to America like South America and North America, Australia, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe, covering more than 30 countries, and we have reached cooperations projects with more than 30 brand customers. Today our monthly production of brake cylinders capacity is over 100,000 pcs.

Brake Parts and Clutch Parts we Supply









Our Advantages

  • Over 20 years of rich production experience;
  • IATF16949 and SGS certification;
  • Professional After-Sales Team;
  • One year/30000km warranty;
  • Lower MOQ;
  • Factory direct selling prices;
  • Sample available;
  • OEM/ODM service,
  • 45-50 days delivery time

Over 20 Years Experience

We are professional manufacturer of brake cylinders, brake pads, brake calipers, etc. Supplying high-quality products to all customers

OEM and ODM Services

Support customize package design, print customized logo, customize everything exclusive to your own brand.

Assured Quality Warranty

One year/30000kms warranty

Perfect After-Sales Service

our professional sales team 24hours online to answer your after-sales problem.

Wholesale Factory Price

Factory direct selling, give all customers best prices


IATF16949, SGS, E-mark ECE R90, AMECA


The brake master cylinder is the key part of the braking system. It converts the force applied to the pedal into hydraulic pressure. The pressure then forces fluid through the brake lines and hoses. For power-assisted braking, the master cylinder is connected to the brake booster. This assembly is mounted on the firewall of the engine compartment. The brake pedal is connected to the booster. For manual braking, the master cylinder is connected to the firewall and attached to the pedal.

brake master cylinder

When it comes to who produces the best brake cylinders in China, the best answer to this is the GDST brake cylinder manufacturer. It has so many more advantages through experience 20 years’ development that it can be referred to as trend-setting:

Compact and lightweight
The compact design of GDST brake cylinders is ideal for small installation spaces – it has only half as many components as a conventional part with a central valve, so we’ve saved almost 20% in weight.

Sturdy and durable & a long service life
Smaller seals mean that hardly any elastic deformations can occur. The advantage here is minimal fluid displacement. Dirt and wear also have little chance of success, because the sealing cups are mounted in the housing.

Suitable for ABS
The demands on the master brake cylinder are particularly high in vehicles with ABS, but the GDST meets every aspect of these demands.

Features & benefits
  • Minimal fluid displacement
  • Minimal pressure difference between pressure and floating circuits
  • Durability against dirt and wear
  • Longer life cycle
  • Use the OE expertise of Continental

Technical Data

  • ABS-capable in central valve design
  • Low throttling and after-suction resistance
  • Different product versions, for example with brake fluid expansion reservoir


In a drum brake system, brake wheel cylinders are usually located at the top of each wheel, above the shoes. They have a piston inside that pushes the brake shoes when hydraulic pressure is applied. The function is to exert force onto the shoes so as to bring them into contact with the drum and stop the vehicle with friction.

brake wheel cylinder

We are rather serious when it comes to quality. So much, in fact, that our production of brake cylinders is in compliance with IATF16949 standards. Our brake wheel cylinders meet OE quality standards. Now, GDST auto parts are famous in the world for high-quality and competitive price brake cylinders.

Hard-wearing thanks to aluminium
Many of our brake wheel cylinders consist of aluminium, which makes them resistant to corrosion and brake fluid – and that gives them more durability than conventional products. Another advantage is that aluminium reduces weight.

Nearly covering all popular models
Our range of OE-quality brake wheel cylinders covers most of the major car brands in Japan, Korea, Europe and America.

Also suitable for older cars
There are many old moulds in our brake cylinder factory for older cars, which can be produced by customers’ requirement.

Features & Benefits
  • Wheel cylinder with and without an integrated pressure regulator
  • High coverage of the automobile market
  • High-quality raw material
  • Suitable for the combination with ABS or ESP, depending on the vehicle specification

Quality Testing

  • Sealing at low and high pressures
  • Resistance to wear
  • Compliance with OE standard
  • Production in compliance with IATF16949 standards


The clutch master cylinder is a critical component of a manual transmission system in a vehicle. It is responsible for transferring hydraulic pressure from the clutch pedal to the clutch slave cylinder, which then engages and disengages the clutch. When the clutch pedal is depressed, the piston in the master cylinder is forced forward, which causes the hydraulic fluid to be pushed through the hydraulic lines to the slave cylinder. This, in turn, causes the clutch to disengage from the engine, allowing the driver to shift gears.

clutch master cylinder (2)

GDST as brake cylinder supplier, our engineer are still keep on developing to build extremely durable, superior quality clutch cylinders – for this purpose, we use very special manufacturing techniques, which guarantee minimum wear, maximum reliability and the perfect functioning of the clutch system.

Hard-wearing thanks to aluminium
Many of our clutch master cylinders consist of aluminium, which makes them resistant to corrosion and brake fluid – and that gives them more durability than conventional products. Another advantage is that aluminium reduces weight.

Nearly covering all popular models
Our range of OE-quality clutch master cylinders covers most of the major car brands in Japan, Korea, Europe and America.

Also suitable for older cars
There are many old moulds in our factory for older cars, which can be produced by customers’ requirement.

Features & Benefits
  • High coverage of the automobile market
  • High-quality raw material
  • Compact, lightweight and easy to install
  • Travel and switching sensors can be easily integrated.
  • The smooth opening and closing of the clutch provides a comfortable driving experience.

Quality Testing

  • Sealing at low and high pressures
  • Resistance to wear
  • Compliance with OE standard
  • Production in compliance with IATF16949 standards


The clutch slave cylinder (also known as the clutch release cylinder) is the component that transfers hydraulic pressure, achieved through the clutch master cylinder, into a mechanical force to control the clutch fork. The force from the slave cylinder engages and releases engine power to the transmission.

clutch slave cylinder

As a clutch cylinder manufacturer, GDST is specializing in high-quality hydraulic systems for various industrial applications. Based in China, GDST has a reputation for providing reliable and efficient clutch cylinders to customers all around the world.

Our products are designed and manufactured using state-of-the-art technology and rigorous quality control procedures to ensure superior performance, durability, and safety. GDST offers a wide range of clutch cylinders, including master cylinders, slave cylinders, and clutch release cylinders, suitable for use in a variety of industries such as automotive, agricultural, marine, and construction.

Besides providing high-quality products, GDST is committed to providing exceptional customer service and technical support to ensure customer satisfaction. GDST’s team of experienced sales and technicians work closely with customers to provide customization that meets the specific needs and requirements of different customers.

clutch slave cylinder position
clutch slave cylinder drawing

The clutch slave cylinder is composed of the piston, cups, spring, and push rod, built within a precision machined body and covered with a boot. The boot provides protection from dirt, dust and debris from contaminating the push rod and piston. When the clutch pedal is pressed and the fluid pressure reaches the slave cylinder, the piston moves the push rod out to apply force onto the clutch fork which releases the clutch. When the clutch pedal is released, the hydraulic pressure and the force of the return spring pull back the push rod and send back the fluid to the master cylinder, therefore engaging the clutch.

With a GDST Brake Cylinders and Clutch Cylinders You Get:

  • A variety of materials available: steel, aluminum, or cast iron (Manufactured according to OE standards)
  • A wide range of premium quality brake cylinder parts, strictly incoming quality inspection.
  • A protective, durable coating with the surface treatments option: Electrophoresis, Sand Blasting, Original Oxidation, Hard Oxidation, and Dacromet.
  • Brake wheel cylinders apply copper nozzle which has better heat dissipation performance.
  • All brake pumps apply wear-resistant, oil-resistant, and heat-resistant rubber seals and dust caps to resist aging, and maintain peak performance.

Covering 95% car models, Boost your business with GDST brake cylinders

GDST provides over 4000 part numbers in brake master cylinders, brake wheel cylinders, clutch master cylinders, and clutch slave cylinders, covering 95% of Japanese and Korean, and European vehicles. With GDST brake cylinders, you can deliver exceptional service from a premium range with growing coverage, all supported by the 20 years of experience of GDST as a leader in the aftermarket automobile brake pump sector.

IATF 16949 Certification

We are a professional manufacturer of brake cylinders, clutch cylinders, brake calipers also supply repair kits for brake cylinders and calipers. Our products have passed IATF 16949 and ISO9001 certification, and we can provide OEM service.

You will get the best price from our factory directly with high-quality products. We also offer free samples to test before ordering. Please feel free to contact us if any questions about our product or company!
Covering 98% of Vehicle Types

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20 Years Product Experience

GDST Auto Parts is the leading supplier of brake and clutch pump, brake caliper kits from China over 20 years of experience and is proud to offer a wide range of brake parts at competitive prices.

Our service is second to none, we pride ourselves on our customer service and will always go above and beyond for you! If you need help finding what you’re looking for or if there’s anything else, we can do. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.

You won’t find better prices and quality anywhere else, so why not order your next part from GDST?

Sells to 80+ countries

GDST  is the world’s leading manufacturer of brake cylinders and calipers.

We sell to more than 80 countries and have been in business since 1999. Our products are known for their high quality, durability, and affordability. 

A 24-hour customer support team is available to answer your questions and address any issues that you may have within a single business day.

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Quailty Continuous Improvement

We are committed to improving the brake pump quality. More than a dozen R&D engineers have 30 years of production experience. More than 100 skilled production staff. Strong sales team to ensure sales service.
Our product quality is Top in China, we are striving for higher direction and hope to give our customers better quality of products and services.

With a monthly production capacity of 200,000 units in 2022, we are working towards a higher goal.

Product quality and service life is also increasing, some product quality has surpassed Taiwan, in the world’s top level

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Our Factory

Machining workshop

Assembly workshop



Casting parts

Assembly & Testing

100% Test before delivery

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20 years experience

As a brake pump manufacturer, adhering to the principle of “quality first, customer first”, we are very serious about our cylinders and clients.


Factory directly selling price for all customers

OE standard Quality

We have passed IATF 16949 and ISO9001 certifications, keeping high quality, and provide one Year or 30,000 km warranty.


Support MOQ 100pcs for each code. If we have stocks, 50 pcs are acceptable.


Normally delivery time is 35-45 days, if there are stocks, we can send out packages within 7 days

The Ultimate Guide of Brake Cylinders

What Are Brake Cylinders Made of?

Brake cylinders are generally made from a combination of metal and rubber components.

  • Metallic Parts: The main body of a brake cylinder is usually made of cast iron or aluminum. These materials are chosen for their strength and durability, as well as their ability to withstand the high pressures generated within the cylinder when the brakes are applied.
  • Rubber Components: The seals and gaskets within the brake cylinder, which ensure the brake fluid doesn’t leak out under pressure, are usually made from a type of rubber that’s resistant to the corrosive effects of brake fluid. The piston within the brake cylinder, which is pushed forward when the brakes are applied, also typically has a rubber seal.
  • Piston: The piston in a brake cylinder, which pushes the brake fluid when the brakes are applied, is usually made from either metal or a type of high-strength plastic.

GDST brake cylinder manufacturer chooses all of these materials for their ability to withstand the demanding conditions within a brake cylinder, which includes high pressures and exposure to corrosive brake fluid.

Where Are Brake Cylinders Located?

  • Master Cylinder: The master cylinder is generally located in the engine compartment on the driver’s side of the vehicle. It is usually mounted on the firewall, the wall separating the engine compartment from the cabin of the vehicle, and is directly connected to the brake pedal through a pushrod. When you look under the hood, you can identify the master cylinder as a small metal canister (it might have a plastic reservoir on top) with brake lines running from it.
  • Wheel Cylinders: Wheel cylinders are part of the braking system at each wheel in vehicles that use drum brakes. These are located within each drum brake assembly, behind each wheel of the vehicle. To see them, you would need to remove the wheel and the drum. In disc brake systems, which are common on the front wheels of modern cars and often on all four wheels, the corresponding component is called a brake caliper, not a wheel cylinder. The brake calipers are located around the rotor and can be seen when the wheel is removed.
brake cylinder location

Brake Cylinders Knowledges

From GDST brake cylinder manufacturer

The brake cylinder is an integral part of the vehicle’s hydraulic braking system, which converts the hydraulic pressure generated by the brake pedal into mechanical force to initiate braking.
The brake cylinder is responsible for applying pressure to the brake shoes or pads in contact with the rotating brake drum or disc to create friction that slows or stops the vehicle.

Here is a general overview of how brake cylinders are manufactured:
1.Raw Materials: The first step in manufacturing brake cylinders is to gather the raw materials. These typically include cast iron or aluminum alloy for the cylinder body, rubber or silicone for the seals, and steel or brass for the fittings.
2.Casting: If the cylinder body is made of cast iron or aluminum, it will be cast in a mold using a molten metal. The mold will be designed to create the specific shape and size of the cylinder body.
3.Machining: Once the cylinder body has been cast, it will be machined to the precise dimensions required for the brake system. This may involve drilling and tapping holes for the fittings, as well as grinding or milling the surface to ensure a smooth and uniform finish.
4.Assembly: The cylinder body will then be assembled with the seals and fittings, typically using specialized equipment designed for this purpose. The seals will be carefully inserted into the cylinder bore, and the fittings will be screwed or pressed into place.
5.Testing: After assembly, the brake cylinder will be tested to ensure it meets the required specifications for hydraulic pressure, leakage, and other performance factors. This may involve pressure testing the cylinder with water or oil, or subjecting it to other quality control measures.
6.Packaging: Finally, the brake cylinder will be packaged and shipped to the appropriate destination, where it can be installed in a vehicle as part of the brake system.

The service life of the brake cylinder depends on various factors, such as the type of brake system, driving conditions and maintenance history.
Generally, brake cylinders can run for 50,000 to 100,000 miles or more before they need to be replaced. However, this can be affected by a variety of factors, including the driving style of vehicle, the usage frequency of brakes, and the quality of the brake cylinders.
Regular maintenance can help extend the service life of your brake cylinders by checking brake fluid levels, replacing worn brake pads and checking your brake system for signs of damage or wear.

Here are some signs that your brake cylinders may need to be replaced:
1.Leading brake fluid: If you notice brake fluid leaking from brake cylinders, this is a clear sign that they need to be replaced. Leaking brake fluid can also cause the brake system to lose pressure, which can affect your ability to stop the vehicle.
2.Soft or spongy brake pedal: If your brake pedal feels soft or spongy when you apply pressure, this could indicate a problem with brake cylinders. A soft pedal could be due to air in the brake lines, but it could also be a sign that the cylinders are failing.
3.Decreased braking performance: If you notice that your car takes longer than usual to stop, or the brakes don’t feel as responsive as they used to, this could be a sign of a failing brake cylinder.
4.Squeaking or Grinding noise: If you hear a squeaking or grinding noises when you apply the brakes, it could be a sign of worn brake pads or shoes, but it could also be a sign of a failed brake cylinder.

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Erick Martinez

GDST is a professional brake pump company with excellent quality and first-class service and a reliable partner.

Anwal Boulahya

I love the brake cylinder so much. All come with high quality and good performance. We are friends, not only partners

Luis Arreaza

The quality is perfect, and it meets the requirements of our customers and reflects very well in the market.

All the auto parts 100% tested before delivery!

All the cylinders are 100% tested before delivery. make sure there is no oil leak, and all the cylinders are in good working condition.

Hope to be your partner, get a win-win situation!

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