A twisted in wire brush is known by many names, including: spiral, tube, flue, bottle, pipe, boiler and power brush. Fundamentally these names all represent the same brush construction, where a piece of wire is doubled over, and fill material is inserted between the fold of the wire stem. The wire stem is then twisted into a brush. Usually, the fill material is made of stainless steel or aluminum, however, the end of the brush can vary considerably depending on your needs. We offer twisted-in-wire brushes with cut tips, rounded tips and filled tips. Our brushes also include the option for a long or short-ended handle, with end ring, loop or cut end to be used with powertools
Typically the fill material is located at one end of the brush, and the handle extends from it. However, the fill can be centered in the wire, with two long ends, one on each side.
As self-explanatory as it may seem, spiral twisted-in-wire brushes are made by placing bristle material in between a two wires and twisting them tightly, in order to secure the filament or bristle between the wires. Spiral twisted-in-wire brushes come in a variety shapes, sizes and material, specific for your application. If you don’t see the perfect stock version in our catalog or on our website, our unique, custom designed twisted brush capabilities allow you to choose the exact dimensions of your spiral brush. In addition to that, we have an array of filament options to choose from. The possibilities for your application, are endless!
Regardless of what type of spiral twisted-in-wire brushes your application utilizes, you know all Gordon Brush® products are built to last. Order from America’s favorite industrial brush manufacturer and get the high-quality use you expect. Check out the rest of our brush selection and save big by ordering in bulk! It’s never been easier to get all your brush tools in one place that cares about your needs.
The construction of twisted-in-wire spiral brushes is very technical, and our commercial brush experts advise users on how to use them properly. Ensure to always rotate the brush in a clockwise direction when the filament points away from the you. Not doing so will loosen the brush structure, decreasing the life of the product. Rotating a twisted-in-wire brush in an anti-clockwise direction can undo the stem wire and cause a sudden loss of bristles and ruin the product. Proper use of Gordon Brush® twisted-in-wire spiral brushes is essential to ensure the longevity and maximize the performance of the brushes.
If you don't find exact spiral twisted-in-wire brush for your application, we'll be pleased make you a custom one! It’s that simple. Order from Gordon Brush® for all your spiral twisted-in-wire brush requirements, stock or custom, and notice the difference in the results instantly.