The brushes used in the food service industry are incredibly diverse. They include: Spiral/Twisted-in-Wire brushes that clean inside drains, valves, tubes and other types of fittings; Utility and scrub brushes that are used for cleaning a variety of surfaces; floor brooms and squeegees; dusters for counter tops; paint and applicator brushes; flow-through brushes; and scratch brushes for removing caked-on debris.
Gordon Brush® also manufactures many different types of brushes used in commercial bakeries. These include: heavy-duty wire oven cleaning brushes; coil-wound brushes; soft nylon brushes for dislodging crumbs; brushes for cleaning fryers; pastry brushes, and utility brushes.
There are 13 categories of brushes that are used for the food service industry. These include: commercial cleaning brushes; counter duster brushes; FDA compliant brushes; wheel/rotary/cylinder brushes; hygienic/sanitary brushes; metal free brushes; nylon spiral brushes; radiator brushes; spiral wound coil brushes; strip brushes & holders; utility brushes; and valve brushes.
In these 13 categories, one can choose from the following fill materials: Horse hair; aluminum; brass; flagged polystyrene; flagged styrene; Goat hair; Hog bristle; nylon; conductive nylon; static dissipative nylon; FDA compliant nylon; FDA compliant 6.12 nylon; PEEK; phosphor bronze; plyer; polyester; polypropylene; FDA compatible polypropylene; stainless steel; stainless steel/nylon; stainless steel/stainless steel; Tampico; Thunderon®; or titanium. These fills can be set in a variety of handle materials such as: aluminum; foam; plastic; acetal; stainless steel; steel; or wood.
The cylinder brushes are available with the following core material: HDPE; ABS plastic; galvanized steel channel; or stainless steel chanel.