Brushes

Abrasive Nylon Brushes

Abrasive Nylon Brushes are used for tubes or cylinders. These are cleaning tools and are available in many sizes of nylon. This brush is easily engineered to adjust to your particular job, saving you time and labor. One of the greatest myths is that you need a brush that is over­sized, or it is not going to clean well. Remember that the tips of the brush are the cutting tools even in a tube brush.

These brushes are listed as balanced brush; this is because usually only the first third or half of the brush does the cleaning. A long brush part will only give you a tool which creates a lot of friction and, therefore, is very difficult to use. These brushes are for light deburring, they are great for use on hand power tools or in CNC centers. We offer two selections of brushes; the 85 and the 81 Series

The 85 Series

The 85 Series Abrasive Nylon Brushes are available in sizes from 1/8″ thru 1″ diameters; these cross hole deburring brushes are constructed with abrasive filled nylon filaments to provide extra cutting and cleaning action in a variety of applications including micro burr removal, internal cleaning, removal of small imperfections and surface preparation. Available abrasives include silicon carbide and aluminum oxide in grits from 80 to 600. These are specifically designed for blind hole or through hole applications.
85 Series Abrasive Nylon Brush brush category template 85

The 81 Series

The 81 Series Mini Abrasive Nylon Brushes are available in sizes from .032 thru 1/2″ diameters, these brushes are constructed with abrasive filled nylon filaments to provide extra cutting and cleaning action in a variety of applications including cross hole deburring, micro burr removal, internal cleaning, removal of small imperfections and surface preparation. These are specifically designed for through hole applications.
81 Series Mini Abrasive Nylon Brush brush category template 81

Hole Types

Hole types: blind (left), through (middle) , blind hole refers to a hole that is reamed, drilled, or milled to a specified depth without breaking through to the other side of the workpiece.
Hole types