CHANNEL STRIP BRUSH
Channel strip brushes are made by taking a flat piece of galvanized steel, stainless steel or aluminum, laying filaments perpendicular to the sheet metal then laying a central wire parallel to the sheet metal and then clamping the sheet metal around the retaining wire. Strip brushes can be formed to cylinder brushes, inside disk brushes, outside disk brushes, cup brushes, or remain as straight strip brushes.
EPOXY SET BRUSHES
The strongest and sturdiest industrial brushes money can buy are epoxy-set brushes. A single hole is drilled in a substrate, filaments are bundled and dipped in epoxy and set into the hole and allowed to set up.
METLKOR® CYLINDER BRUSHES
Jenkins’ unique METLKOR construction is the sturdiest and best construction money can buy for cylinder brushes. These cylinder brushes give you the strength of epoxy-set brushes, the brushing ability of tufted brushes and the strength and deflection and rotation speed of metal cores.
Wound brush construction is a versatile construction used in small and large diameter cylinder brushes. Using a steel, aluminum, brass, stainless steel or plastic core, a groove is cut in the core helically in the same manner as an acme screw thread.