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Wheel Brush Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial wheel brush manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source wheel brush manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These wheel brush companies can design, engineer and manufacture wheel brushes to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these wheel 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 round brushes, roller brushes, rotary cleaning brushes.

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At Gordon Brush, our turnaround times set us apart from the rest. Because we`re based in the U.S., we can offer same-day shipping on over 2,000 standard wheel brushes. And we can deliver specialty or custom brush quotes at lightning speed - in one business day or less. You can count on Gordon Brush for bigger, better brush ideas. Visit our website today where you will find many more products.
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Our company is currently in pursuit of ISO 9000/2000 certification. Spiral Brushes employs between 30 and 45 employees with considerable experience and expertise to help with all of your wheel brush questions and inquires. If you are looking for a specific brush type and can't seem to find it on our website, feel free to contact us and we will discuss your project with you!
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For over 135 years, Jenkins Brush Company has been manufacturing the highest quality wheel brushes for industrial applications. We offer custom and standard, cylinder and synthetic or natural fill. Design a brush using our handy specification sheets. We lead the industry in finding new & innovative ways to use brushes in a wide range of manufacturing applications.
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We offer a large stock of twisted, abrasive, rotary, strip, stapled, power, and wheel brushes. We are dedicated to providing custom products with the most cost-effective methods possible. Although we provide affordable products, we don't sacrifice on quality either. Look us up online or give us a call so we can get started on your project today!
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Are you are looking for a unique type of wheel brush? Schaefer Brush enjoys the challenges presented by your inquiries & takes pride in knowing we've made a task more efficient by developing or recommending a brush that will work to meet your specific requirements. At Schaefer Brush, you will get your order in a matter of time. Our production & shipping departments are why you can depend on us.
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With over 20,000 square feet of manufacturing space, we have the space to find out how to complete your job with the highest quality and lowest prices. We always look for new ways to benefit our customers, whether it is increased quality, better designs, or lower prices! You can trust us to provide you with the tools you need to finish the job. Contact us today to learn more!
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Since 1892, we have remained a leader in the industrial brush industry. Our wheel brushes and other products stand out from the competition because of their high quality and value. We want to provide you with quality brushing solutions to your ever industrial problem. With us, you never have to worry about your tools letting you down. Visit our website or give us a call today to learn more!
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Wheel Brushes

Wheel brushes are circular brushes that are commonly used for deburring parts during initial phases of the surface finishing process and polishing during the final phases. Wheel brushes offer a straight line brushing action and are most often attached to and powered by grinders, lathes, drills or automated machinery. This machinery allows wheel brushes to spin at high speeds, thus achieving the desired action.

Wheel brushes are not solely used for deburring and polishing processes, but also for surface finishing, weld blending, rough surface preparation, preparing weld seams and the removal of corrosion, paint rust, scale, adhesive residues, carbon and burrs. The use of wheel cleaning brushes are particularly useful in applications such as the aluminum extrusion process, turbine blades, aluminum wheels, transmission valve bodies, bench grinders, robotic finishing equipment, hand-held grinders and pump gears. The circular shape is ideal for hard to reach areas, and wheel brush sizes range anywhere from small diameter wheel brushes to large wide face wheel brushes that can be used individually or gang-mounted. Typical industries that utilize wheel brushes include automotive, ventilation, refrigeration, aerospace, medical, optics, textiles and electronics. Cup brushes are used in similar applications as wheel brushes and are basically strip brushes that are looped laterally to form circular shapes, which are then inserted and adhered into metal cups.

The basic wheel brush configuration is that of the wheel hub and the bristles. In the center of the wheel hub is an arbor hole, which is the central hole in a wheel brush through which the arbor fits. An arbor is a spindle or shaft that supports a gear or wheel and an arbor hole is typically either cast or reamed into the wheel hub. The most common method of construction for wheel brushes is to place a piece of material over holes that are either drilled or molded into the wheel hub, securing that material with a metal staple at each hole, folding the material over and creating bristles. The three materials most often used in wheel brushes include wire, impregnated wire and abrasive nylon. Wire wheel brushes can be made in a crimped or knotted style. The crimped style allows the wire to break cleanly as it wears, increasing the longevity of the brush. The knotted, or twisted, style uses straight wire that is twisted to various specifications in order to progressively increase brushing action control and cutting action aggressiveness. In impregnated wire wheel brushes, the wire bristles are impregnated with a polymer such as polypropylene for additional abrasiveness. Typical metal wire materials used in wheel brush applications include steel, stainless steel, bronze, aluminum, nickel silver, copper or titanium. In abrasive nylon wheel brushes the nylon bristles are also impregnated for increased abrasiveness, only the nylon is impregnated with grains of materials such as silicon carbide, diamond and aluminum oxide.

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