Industrial coil brushes are created by winding straight metal-backed channel strips with a mandrel, core or shaft to produce rotary cylinder brushes. By varying the pitch between each coil, a large rage of brush densities is possible. From very dense close-wound coil brushes, to progressively less dense more open wound coil brushes, depending on pitch.
This particular industrial brush manufacturer may be supplied like a complete assembly pre-mounted on a core with journals, wound directly on to your shaft, wound over a customer’s core or shaft, or as replacement coils for in-house installation. Typical applications include conveyor cleaning, panel dusting, glass washing, screen cleaning, material handling (as screws and augers), lint removal and fruit and vegetable washing. Carolina Brush can do designing and manufacturing any custom coil brush to meet our customers’ application.
Cup Type brushes are another widely-used configuration. These are most commonly viewed as vacuum head attachments, as drill and router head guards, and also as specialty cleaning devices. Carolina Brush can do designing and manufacturing any custom cup brush in order to meet our customers’ application.
Straight strip brushes are the most prevalent of your metal channel industrial brushes that Carolina Brush manufactures. Our straight strip brushes may be formed into cup brushes, disk brushes (external and inverted), helixed/helical strips, arcs or curved industrial brushes.
Straight strips are used individually or perhaps in multiples and may be attached to flat surfaces or on cylinders. Typical applications for straight strips include splash curtains, drag or 93dexypky type conveyor cleaners, tensioning devices, static dissipating, paint booth and conveyor-side seals and product hold-down devices.
Staple-Set Brushes are one of the most typical types of brush construction because they are often manufactured in almost an infinite variety of shapes. Staple-set brushes are created by inserting a tuft of filament right into a hole which is either drilled or molded right into a block and secured by using a metal staple.
Carolina Brush uses computer-automated machinery to make sure consistency and quality for top-volume brush production, and can use a variety of techniques to produce small-run, special application and prototype brushes. Tufted industrial wire brushes are generally wood or plastic.