Five tons of pressure are applied to each metal brush handle to ensure that the fills remain intact during the most rigorous applications. Other handles are made from Acetal, Nylon or other plastics. The synthetic and natural fills are set in place with Epoxy or special high temperature Epoxy suitable for medical applications where the brush needs to be sterilized. These comfortable, form fitting brush handles can be made using a variety of materials including Aluminum, Brass, Stainless Steel, Zinc Plated Steel, and plastic materials such as Acetal and Nylon. Fill materials include aluminum, brass, hog fill, horse hair, nylon, phosphor bronze, stainless steel, and titanium. Our large selection of fill materials ensures you can have a brush for any application. For example, brass brushes have less corrosion and natural fill brushes can be static dissipative. Many of our Applicator & Acid brushes are Autoclavable, Static Dissipative, or Conductive.
How to Measure Applicator Brushes:
The Applicator brush category is just what you think it might be. These brushes are used to "apply" a substance to or on during your project. In addition to applying a substance, these brushes are great at cleaning or dusting small areas.
This category is composed of two categories: Single-Ended Applicator Brushes and Double-Ended Applicator Brushes. The brushes in either category have a wide variety of fill and handle material, as well as other specs that one can choose from. Since many of these brushes are used in conjunction with electronic components, the end user can select the specific ESD brush type, so as to mitigate any static discharge issues.
By using the many navigation tools available on the website, the end user can find the specific brush for their project quickly and easily. Generally, in three or less clicks, you can find your brush. That's because the website is powered by Wizardry.
If you need a custom made Single-Ended or Double-Ended Applicator Brush, call Gordon Brush® at 323-724-7777 or email us [email protected]. If a brush exists, we have it…if it doesn't, we'll make it.