ESD Brush Manufacturers

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  • City of Industry, CA

    Gordon Brush® is an ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturer of standard & specialty brushes for the commercial, aerospace, military, medical & electronics industries. No other company offers such a wide range of high quality, American-made industrial brushes to meet your most demanding requirements. We provide quality products at competitive prices with same day delivery on thousands of items.

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  • Stow, OH

    Since 1939, Spiral Brushes Inc. has been bringing customers the very best in brush technology. With high-quality materials and up-to-date manufacturing processes, Spiral Brush is committed to reliable products offered at competitive prices. We work to stay current as technology advances so that our customers can purchase, with assurance, the best products available. We are currently striving to attain ISO 9000/2000 certification.

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  • Fairfield, NJ

    As a family-owned business, The Industrial Brush Company, Inc. treats customers like family, offering the best products at the most cost-effective rates. No matter your application, we offer the right brush to suit your need. From quality materials, come quality products, and at The Industrial Brush Company, Inc., we prioritize the finest fibers. Trust us today with all your brush product needs.

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  • Solon, OH

    Precision Brush Company is an industry leader that has the technology, expertise and experience to satisfy all of your brush requirements. With a virtually unlimited combination of specifications, we can customize almost every feature of your brush, including brush length, bristle length, stiffness, density, coarseness and much more. Contact us for more information as well as any questions.

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  • Omaha, NE

    At Justman Brush Company, our products are a testament to the unwavering commitment to our quality customer service and manufacturing practices. Our stock inventory offers extensive brush options to suit your application. We are also well-equipped to fulfill your custom orders. We strive to meet your exact specifications and bring you the right brush to meet your needs. Expect quality service and products from Justman Brush Company.

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  • Albertson, NY

    At Braun Brush Company, we offer the most comprehensive online inventory of brushes. Whether from our stock options or a customized order, you can be sure your product is manufactured with highest standards. Our customers have come to expect the very best quality and service when purchasing from Braun Brush. We are eager to put our experience and design expertise to use in fulfilling your brush order. Please contact us for more information or to place an order.

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  • Delafield, WI

    For over 30 years, Tanis has been a leading brush manufacturer. Tanis has put innovation to work in everything we do, using the latest technology, materials, manufacturing advancements and engineering expertise. No matter what your industry or unique productivity challenge, we have either done it before or will work with you to make it happen. Thank you for choosing Tanis!

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ESD Brushes Industry Information

ESD Brushes

The acronym ESD stands for Electro Static Discharge. Many electronic products are vulnerable to damage from static electricity, so ESD brushes are made using materials that dissipate static energy and avoid producing static electricity while brushing. This is important to manufacturers who need to clean or repair electronic products without damaging their components through accidental electro static discharge. Not all ESD brushes are the same because the materials used to create them are chosen specifically for particular applications to insulate, conduct, or dissipate an electrostatic discharge.

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Applications of ESD Brushes

Applications of ESD brushes include:

  • Solder Removal
  • Dusting
  • Board Prep
  • Lead Trimming
  • Edge Connector Cleaning
  • Static Dissipation

ESD Brush Design and Function

A static charge is created when two materials move against each other and cause friction. The friction generates a small electric charge, and this phenomenon is known as the Triboelectric Effect. In some ESD brushes, a material is used to inhibit this charge. These types of brushes are referred to as “anti-static”. Materials that can inhibit a static charge are wood, hog bristle, horse hair, and goat hair. These can be used as long as the brush is used in a liquid environment. If the brush is being used in an application with a dry environment, materials that conduct or dissipate the ESD should be used since the anti-static materials are highly flammable and could catch fire due to friction.

A dissipative ESD brush essentially controls the flow of the electrical current to transfer it away from the part being cleaned to the ground. A conductive brush has a low resistance to electricity, allowing it to rapidly accept any electrical current generated through friction and quickly transfer that energy to a grounding point. Another type of ESD brush, an insulative brush, is made from materials that prevent the flow of electrons, meaning any charge transferred to the brush during use will remain there for some time.

Most of these brushes are very small because they are used to clean or treat small surface areas. They are typically just operated by hand using a back and forth or side to side motion. To stiffen the brush, shorter trim lengths are used. In the same way, longer trim lengths are used to make the brush more flexible.

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