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Nylon Brush Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial nylon brush manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source nylon brush manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These nylon brush companies can design, engineer and manufacture nylon brushes to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these nylon brush manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of abrasive nylon brushes, spiral nylon brushes, custom brushes.

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As an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, we offer the highest standards in all of our products, down to the nylon brushes. No product is too lowly for us to ignore and no customer is too small. That is why we pay attention to the tiniest details on all our products and custom designs. With our US location, we can ship anything to you in just one business day! Get back to business sooner with us!
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Amid the world of natural brushes, nylon brushes are often overlooked. Just because a brush is made from plastic does not mean that it cannot clean or perform its job as easily as other brush types. Our brushes are made from superior technology and materials so our customers can rest assured in our quality. Visit our website today to learn more!
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Brushing has never been easier than with our outstanding products. We supply the highest quality materials and innovative designs to all customers. Need something special? We can help! Our goal is to provide innovative solutions to any problem. If you don't need a custom project, our nylon brushes are made from outstanding quality. Visit us online to learn more!
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We take pride in offering our customers the latest and greatest in technology and equipment. We place emphasis on even the smallest projects, even if they are ordinary nylon brushes. We offer quality customer service and superior products to everyone we meet! Visit us online or call today to learn more!
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We know that without our customers, we could not exist. That is why we put the customer first 100 percent of the time. Whether you need a small order of nylon brushes or a full custom order, we treat you with the same amount of respect. Some of our customers have purchased for us since our very beginning, which is a testament to our outstanding customer service. Let us help you today!
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As one of the oldest family owned manufacturers in the United States, Braun Brush has been serving the nylon brushes industry since the mid 1800's. We manufacture nylon brushes using all known brush making techniques. Serving customers with high quality products and customers service is what brings them back. Let Braun Brush take care of your wire brush needs.
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For the best in nylon brushes in the laboratory and scientific industries, look to our superior products. We offer specific designs for the scientific industry. Thanks to the design philosophy created by our founder in 1929, we remain committed to providing individualized brushing solutions for each customer we have. We will never let you use a substandard product! Contact us today to learn more.
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In 1892, our company opened its doors and brush manufacturing was never the same. We spend our energies creating high quality brushes and tools that our customers can rely on time and time again. Our nylon brushes are some of the best in the industry, and can meet the needs of all customers. Visit us online for additional product offerings and to learn more!
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Nylon brushes provide the ultimate solution to many manufacturing problems. If you cannot find a brush that works from our extensive list of stock brushes, we can also create a customized brush just for you. With a team that has over 35 years of experience, we will create the perfect product for the job. Visit us online to get started today!
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Since 1987, Tanis' team of dedicated employees has remained devoted to providing our customers with total customer satisfaction throughout the entire customer buying experience. We are ISO 9000 certified and bring excellence into our daily work environment and it encourages us to persistently question and improve our processes. Let Tanis take care of your nylon brush needs.
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Nylon Brushes

Nylon brushes are any type of brush with filaments made from the polymer nylon. Nylon is one of the most frequently used materials in brush creation, for good reason. Brushes made with this nylon filament gain the polymer properties of excellent bend recovery, high heat tolerance, superior abrasion resistance and above average chemical resistance. In addition, they gain and wield positive nylon characteristics such as: exceptional fatigue life, low to moderate water absorption and the ability to work in both wet and dry environments. Thanks to their many wonderful qualities, there are many types of applications nylon brushes can serve, including the cleaning and removing of contaminants, dusting, aggressive scrubbing, surface finishing, rough surface preparation and weld blending, and also speciality industrial applications. The demand for speciality applications is especially high in industries like aerospace, medical, semiconductor and electronics. Therefore, nylon brushes are essential ingredients in their processes, as well as the processes of automotive, commercial, industrial, food processing and textile industry applications.

Types of specific brushes in which nylon filament is used include artist brushes, cleaning brushes, spiral brushes, power brushes and strip brushes. Artist brushes are employed for a variety of artistic and industrial purposes. Due to the exacting nature of their strokes, artist brushes must be of high quality. They range greatly in size and shape. The term "cleaning brushes" applies to many brushes, even when it is narrowed by the category of nylon brushes, because cleaning is such a vital component of any process. Some of the most widely used nylon cleaning brushes include bottle brushes, tube brushes and handle brushes. Bottle and tube brushes, as their names suggest, are designed to clean the inside and hard-to-reach places of narrow mouth glassware and test tubes, respectively. Handle brushes are very common cleaning nylon cleaning brushes, available in a variety of sizes, with different handle designs and materials. Applications they serve include shoe polishing, gentle dusting, surface scouring, critical environment control, descaling, buffing and rust removal. Next, the term "spiral brushes" can refer to a few different kinds of nylon brushes, like those cylindrical and circular brushes used for commercial and industrial manufacturing. However, most of the time, the term references twisted-in wire brushes. Power brushes, which are electrically powered or attached to an electrically-powered tool, such as a drill, are generally circularly shaped wheel brushes. Most often, they are used to deburr newly fabricated parts at the beginning of surface finishing. Finally, strip brushes are long, thin brushes that are used for a number of different conveyor sealing, surfacing and cleaning applications. They are available in a number of different forms, such as flexible, metal back, staple set and formed strip brushes, which are offered in a variety of shapes, such as spiral, coils, cups and arcs. They are also offered with a variety of trim and seal options.

There are many types of nylon that may be used to create a nylon brush. In fact, the properties of a nylon brush, such as its stiffness, are directly related to its bristle grade, length and diameter. A few common nylon grades include 6 and 12. Nylon 6 is known for its toughness, high tensile strength, elasticity, wrinkle-proof nature, luster and resistance to acids and alkalis. Nylon 12 is selected for applications that will benefit from its characteristics of chemical resistance, hardness, tensile stress and insensitivity to stress cracking. Nylon 610 and Nylon 612, or 6 10 and 6 12, respectively, are the most commonly used nylon polymers for filaments. In addition to grades, nylon brush manufacturers make use of many speciality types of nylon, such as abrasive nylon and conductive nylon. Abrasive nylon is created when heat stabilized nylon is coextruded with grains of material that increase abrasiveness, like diamond, aluminum oxide or silicon carbide. The size of the grains with which the nylon is coextruded is related to the diameter of the finished nylon filament. The larger the grains, the greater the diameter. Note that larger diameter nylon filaments are less flexible and more susceptible to fatigue and fracture than their smaller counterparts. Conversely, smaller diameter filaments bend and recover easily. Abrasive nylon brushes have applications in that require a somewhat more aggressive touch, like cutting, surface finishing, the finishing of irregular profiles and deburring. The other aforementioned type of speciality nylon, conductive nylon, is created when the surface of nylon filament is coated with a conductive material, such as carbon. It is similar to nylon static dissipative or anti-static brushes. Both are frequently used for static elimination applications, where the anti-static nature of an environment, such as a clean room, must be maintained. Nylon filaments are generally available in their naturally milky clear color or in any number of dyed colors.



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