Ken Rakusin keeping business local
CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. — In 1990, Ken Rakusin took the position of president at Gordon Brush Manufacturing Company, but he was not sure what he was getting himself into.
The company was based out of a dark and rundown 15,000 square foot facility.
The ESD (Electro Static Discharge) brush has been developed over time to meet the specific needs of the electronics industry as well as industries where static-electric charges or build up are detrimental to the manufacturing process. ESD brushes provide manufacturers of electronics and static-sensitive products the tools to clean and manufacture goods without creating a static charge. A variety of brushes have been assembled over the years to meet the various needs associated with low charging brushes.
Gordon Brush offers Anti-Static >, Conductive >, Static Dissipative >, and Insulative > brushes, as well as Cleanroom > brushes, which are heat tolerant and therefore autoclavable. Each category of brush is designed based on the elements you are working with, and the corresponding brush characteristics needed to perform the task at hand.
Visit the following page, About ESD Brushes >, for detailed information on static electricity, its effects, and how brushes can solve static buildup problems.