Roller Brushes can be made in two ways. One is by stapling knots of filament into pre-drilled cores, otherwise known as a Staple Set Tufted Roller Brush. The other method is by winding metal back strip brush onto a metal shaft or core which can be stainless steel, galvanised or zinc steel backings and these brushes are otherwise known as Spiral Wound Brushes.
Staple Set Tufted Roller Brushes These brushes are made by stapling knots of filament into pre-drilled cores in lengths of up to 3000mm. The most commonly used brush patterns are staggered rows, helix or chevron patterns with parallel & spiral rows also available.
Spiral Wound Brushes Spiral Wound Roller Brushes are made by winding strip brush onto a shaft or core up to 4200mm, they can be manufactured in stainless steel, galvanised or zinc steel backings.
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