- Strip brushes have multiple uses. For example, they can be used as industrial door seals to prevent dirt, dust, birds, and rodents entering the workplace, or your garage at home. They’re also used in truck, train, car, and bus washes, as well as for conveyor belt cleaning, in spiral-wound road brooms and in boot brushes.
Strip brushes can be wound according to the application, so for light work it may be more suitable to open up the strip to achieve a less dense and therefore more flexible brush. Meanwhile for heavy work, or where greater pressure will be required, it’s better to closely wind.
Spiral-wound strip brushes can be supplied onto a refillable core, or a shaft, or can be supplied loose to fit onto a customer`s existing shaft. A typical application is a screw auger brush for the wine industry. This is supplied loose and fitted to the crushing auger for the removal of grape skins and seeds. Strip brushes can be formed internally to cover such applications as bottle or tube cleaning, or wherever surfaces are required to be cleaned in one pass.
The strip brush can be supplied in straight lengths which can be made up to any length you require, with the trim length ranging from 10mm to 400mm long. They are used in agricultural machinery, for car and bus washing equipment and in a host of other industries, and can be used for spray curtains, door seals, and truck wheel arches.
steel, stainless steel, brass wire, polypropylene, nylon, polyethylene, animal hair, and natural fibres.