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Deburring is a common metalworking problem and is important for quality, aesthetics, functionality and smooth operation of working parts. Brush Research Manufacturing Co., Inc. (Los Angeles, CA) is a global leader and manufacturer of premium quality power brushes, twisted-in-wire brushes, and the Flex-Hone® Tool. BRM is an expert in the art of creating cost effective solutions to surface finishing and deburring applications.
ABRASIVE NYLON DISC BRUSHES
Abrasive nylon disc brushes are used for deburring and removing tool marks from flat milled surfaces, deburring gears and machined parts and fine blanked or punch press parts. They are often used in robotic systems and in automated in line finishing systems producing parts for the automotive, appliance and aerospace industries.
Brush Research has recently introduced Nampower™ Disc Brushes, a line of abrasive nylon disc brushes with a combination of filament material that deburr and finish at the same time. These revolutionary brushes contain a unique combination of both ceramic filaments that provides maximum burr removal rates with silicon carbide filament that produces an optimum surface finish.
Brushes are available in 2 different styles: Dot Style for general purpose deburring and surface finishing applications and the Turbine Style brush for medium and heavy deburring applications. The brushes come in a variety of grit sizes and are designed to be used with the company’s unique flow-thru tool holder which provides better lubrication distribution resulting in faster cut rates and longer tool life.
Brush Research Manufacturing Co., Inc.
4642 Floral Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90022
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