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Details about characteristics and chemical resistance:
Steel Wire High Tensile (STH)
straight / crimped
Steel wire high tensile is most often used in Knotted Brushes, Deburring Brushes and Pipeline Brushes. Furthermore we offer this high tensile wire in our complete assortment. Above all it features through its tensile strength and high fatigue rates, what results in lifetime even for extreme brushing applications.
Stainless Steel Wire (ROF/ RO4 / RO8 / ROL)
ROF: must be used when working on stainless steel. Material number (WNr.) 1.430 (AISI 304). This wire is resistant against corrosion and certain acids and bleaches.
RO4: Premium-quality stainless steel wire. WNr. 1.4401 (AISI 316).
RO8: High heat resistant stainless steel wire. WNr. 1.4860.
ROL: Stainless Steel Wire with cord construction WNr. 1.4310.
Synthetic Filaments PP, PA, PE
Synthetic Filaments are resistant to abrasion and flexible. Despite minor resistance against heat these filaments are perfect for cleaning, grinding or surface processing of metal, plastic or wood.
- Polypropylene (PP)
- Polyamide (PA) - PA 6, PA 6.6, PA 6.12
- Polyethylene (PE)
Encapsulated brushes are ideal for an aggressive work on working pieces and for a very exact working in edges and angles. By embedding steel wire, stainless steel wire, brass coated wire or brass wire in tough plastic, the filling width always remains the same and early break of the wires can be prevented. It’s the perfect tool for long lasting and safe working. The advantages when working with encapsulated brushes are longer lifetime and harder brush effect.
Furthermore the risk of injury declines when using encapsulated brushes.
Abrasive Filaments (SIC/AO)
Abrasive Filaments consist of polyamide bristles containing abrasive grits. This modern material is ideal for deburring work, fine surface finishing of plastic and metal parts as well as grinding, cleaning, polishing and structuring surfaces. With their flexible surface, brushes with abrasive filament align to the different shape of working pieces. Abrasive bristles also have grinding effects on the side, which makes them even more flexible to application possibilities. You can choose between grit (from K60 to K1000) composed of aluminium oxide (AO) and silicon carbide (SIC).
Also diamond grit is available.