TECHNOLOGY FOR PRODUCTION OF DISC BRUSHES
The base of the brush is most often formed by a plastic body. Blind holes are drilled into the bodies. The filament material in the form of individual bundles is then fastened into these blind holes using staples (wires).
The majority of disc brushes are produced on modern CNC machines that guarantee high-quality products with exact dimensions. In case that the machine production described above is not possible, we are able to supply brushes produced by using the oldest brushmaking technology called retracting. This method is fully manual.
Disc brushes can also be renovated in some cases, but due to the high amount of manual work, refurbishment may not be an effective solution. In case that renovation is not possible we are able to arrange for ecological disposal and in most cases, we are able to produce new brushes according to a particular model.
METHOD OF DRILLING / STRINGING OF DISC BRUSHES
Most often disc brushes are manufactured by covering the entire surface of the disc with holes filled with filament material.
The density of stringing can be influenced within our technological possibilities by spacing / the pitch between the drilled holes (their distances / mutual spacing)
Furthermore, the brushes can be fitted for example in „crosses" or in segments of rays.
The density of drilling affects the price of the brush.
APPLICATION OF DISC BRUSHES – samples:
cleaning, washing, dusting of flat surfaces, products, food, etc.
deburring and grinding;
polishing and waxing;