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Anti-Static Nylon
Brass
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Carbon Steel
Conductive Nylon
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Flagged Polypropylene
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Goat Hair
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Horse Hair
Nylon
Nylon/Tampico
Ostrich Feathers
Peek
Phosphor Bronze
Plyer
Polypropylene
PTFE
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel/Horse Hair
Static Dissipative Nylon
Tampico
Thunderon®
Thunderon®/Goat Hair
White Bristle
Handle Material
Aluminum
Black Conductive Plastic
Brass
Handle sold separately
Plastic
Plastic (Acetal)
Stainless Steel
Tin
Wood
Zinc-Plated Steel
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Anti-Static
Conductive
Insulative
Static Dissipative
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Printing and Engraving

In today's printing industry there is a requirement for high quality brushes. They are an important component of many offset press sheet feeder, sheet steadier and press blanket wash systems. Static electricity is a major problem in the printing and engraving industry. During printing process, the most important factor to effect on the quality of the products is static electricity. Strong static electrical charges even causes sparking or fire. Anti-static brushes are used where there is a need to reduce particle contamination from a static charge. Anti-static, Thunderon® brushes, and Corona Cord™ material are used to control and eliminate static electricity. Different types of rollers (commonly used for holding down materials, straightening the product or to help move along paper), block, and "paster" brushes are used in high speed presses. Bristle brushes are used to clean the printing plate without the worry of damage and paster brushes are used to attach one roll to another.

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