Industrial Brush Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of industrial brush manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top industrial brush manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find industrial brush companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture industrial brushes to your companies specifications. Then contact the industrial brush companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of industrial vacuum brushes, stainless steel brushes, acid brushes, or customized industrial brushes of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • 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

    Now all industrial brushes are created equal. With us, we offer thousands of stock brushes that are the perfect solution to many industrial problems. However, there is still that special job that needs its own design. Whether you are ordering the smallest order or the largest order of your life, we are happy to serve you every step of the way!

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  • Fairfield, NJ

    The Industrial Brush Co. is a provider of brushes. Since 1946, we have been committed to providing high quality brushes and customer service for a variety of industrial applications and marketplaces. Whether you need a replacement or new brush, we have it! We are committed to serving our customers, because without them, we would not be in business. Call us today!

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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

    Justman Brush is an ISO 9001:2015 Registered Manufacturer centrally located in the United States. We manufacture brushes for a large variety of industrial applications for our customers in the industrial, aerospace, military, laboratory & scientific, medical and food service industries. With over 91 years of manufacturing experience, we have the American Quality, competitive pricing and short lead times you need.

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  • Albertson, NY

    Braun Brush is committed to manufacturing quality brushes using a variety of methods. We offer convenient purchasing of the most extensive brush line available & a unique design-your-own brush service on the web. Braun continues to remain a custom brush manufacturer of quality products, serving customers with excellence. E-mail us today for your inquiries!

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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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Industrial Brushes Industry Information

Industrial Brushes

Industrial brushes are bristled cleaning, painting, finishing, and machining tools. A brush is the combination of bristles and the holding piece on which the bristles are mounted. The composition and shape of both, as well as their relationship to each other, determine the brush’s function.

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Applications of Industrial Brushes

Artist brushes are almost always hand-held, soft-bristled, small brushes used for the careful application of paint and stains to surfaces. They can also be used for the careful cleaning of delicate equipment and even archeological discoveries. Brooms, mops, block scrubbers, and wire scratch brushes are used in maintenance, parts cleaning, and janitorial services. Sweeper brushes, power brushes, and other larger brush varieties are applied in more heavy-duty applications. Sweeper brushes, for example, are used in small vacuum cleaners, hard floor buffers, and even street sweepers. Power brushes are used in manufacturing and fabrication for deburring and other machining processes. Custom brushes can also be developed according to your specific brushing needs.

Industrial Brush Design

Because of the great diversity of contexts in which industrial brushes are used, an equally great diversity of brushes is necessary to accommodate them. Brushes vary in their shape, size, bristle material and in many other respects. Wheel brushes, for example, are very different from artist brushes. Wheel brushes can feature wire or nylon bristles set in and situated around a circular ring. That ring is usually attachable to a motorized wand or other tool that causes the brush to spin. Such brushes are often used in finishing, deburring, and other industrial surface treatment applications.

The variety of bristles defines the use of a brush, as is exemplified by a paintbrush that is composed of soft nylon fibers mounted in a clamped metal ring affixed to a wooden handle. This is ideal for delicate cleaning and paint applications. It is easily hand-held, allows for very precise and controlled movement, and will not abrade or otherwise damage a surface. However, such a brush configuration would not be useful in rigorous cleaning or surface treatment applications; mounting metal or stiff plastic bristles horizontally on a small wooden handle would make applying the force necessary to effectively clean a surface difficult for most people. Instead, cleaning brushes and other similar brushes are mounted on handles that give their users move leverage, making their use much easier and more effective. Wheel brushes must be precisely manufactured in terms of their means of attachment to motors and their bristle composition; the same is true for sweepers. In both cases, the bristles must be capable of adequately treating a surface without damaging it. They must also be durable enough to function effectively without degrading or becoming dislodged.

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ISSA 60 Year Award

  Gordon Brush's 122-year-old brand, Milwaukee Dustless Brush, received ISSA's Diamond Anniversary Award at the 2019 ISSA CONVENTION, that was held at the Las Vegas, Nevada convention center on November 19-21. The award was presented to Ken Rakusin, President and CEO of Gordon Brush by John Garfinkel, former Executive Director of ISSA. "Ken, on behalf the entire ISSA Association, we would like to thank you for your continuous support for the past sixty years", said John Garfinkel. "Sixty years is a long time. We are honored to be recognized by... Read More About This

Industrial growth continued through 2014

ST. GEORGE – For managers at recent St. George move-in Industrial Brush Corp., their new home has been a breath of fresh air. After 38 years operating out of Pomona, California, the company made a move to Utah to take advantage of more business-friendly tax and regulatory rules, as well as lower utility and operating costs. For a company that has prided itself on attracting good help and convincing workers to stay on-board for the long haul, it also helps to have a lower cost of living for... Read More About This

LA Times Features Gordon Brush in the Sunday, February 3, 2013 Business Section

The front page of the business section in the Los Angeles Times features Gordon Brush Mfg. Co., Inc. in the Sunday, February 3, 2013 issue. The article brings to light some serious concerns about regulatory agencies and ambiguous codes that prohibit a California manufacturer to remain in place and even expand. Gordon Brush first met this obstacle with local government agencies in 2009, and still continues to seek expansion.   Planning to increase his 51,000-square-foot factory in Commerce by 20,000 feet, owner Ken Rakusin has “almost given up,” but says... Read More About This