Punch Filled (or Staple set) brushes are produced by stapling tufts of wire, filaments or natural fibers securely into a plastic, wood, steel or aluminum body to create the desired configuration to suit the cleaning application.
The style of the brush, which can be either a roller, flat, disc or block together with the pattern of the tufts determines the cleaning or product handling performance required.
Each application will need a desired result and we can advise you on which style of brush machine may have the best features to achieve this.
Staple Set brushes can be manufactured to suit most applications and can be configured to give the optimum result.
We can advise you on configurations, styles and materials to enable you to make the correct choice for your specific applications.
Punch Filled (or Staple set) brushes are produced by stapling tufts of wire, filaments or natural fibres securely into a plastic, wood, steel or aluminum body to create the desired configuration to suit the cleaning application.
The pattern of the tufts determines the outcome of the cleaning process so let us guide you in making the final decision for optimum performance if you are unsure which style will achieve the best result.
Punched Brushes are composed of tufts of filaments punched (inserted) into a hole in a brush body. Each hole is held in position with a metal staple. The brushing surface determines whether the brush is a disc, roller or flat design. The arrangement of the tufts pre-determines the complexity or simplicity of the finish.