What’s the tube brush?
A twisted in wire brush is known by many names, such as spiral, tube, flue, bottle, pipe, boiler or power brushes. They all represent the same brush construction. In essence, a piece of wire is doubled over and bristle material is inserted between the fold of the wire stem. Often, the bristle material is made of stainless steel or aluminum. The wire stem is then twisted into a brush. Ends of the brush can vary, depending on your needs. For example, a twisted-in-wire brush can have a cut tip, rounded tip or bristled tip. It can have a long end or handle, a short end, one with a ring, loop or cut.
Typically the bristle material is located at one end of the brush, and the handle extends from it. However, the bristle can be centered in the wire, with two long ends, one on each side.
The bristle material we put in twisted in wire brushes ranges from metal, such as stainless steel,steel,brass or brass-coated, to synthetic, such as nylon, polypropylene, or PTFE, to natural materials, such as horse hair or hog bristle. Various otherbristle materials are available. Give us a call at 86-0579-87015717 for a free quote on the materials you need. If custom isn’t want you need, we have various standard brushes that may work for your application, our standard brushes would include:
Stainless Steel Wire Brushes
Brass wire brushes
Nylon wire brushes
Steel Wire Brushes
Abrasive wire brushes