In industrial applications such as machine tools or automotive plants, deburring of flat parts with brushes helps achieve a smooth surface that makes it easier to apply mechanical bonding for coatings or paints. The brush filaments create a low cutting force while they remove the burr, minimizing damage to the part and allowing the brush to perform its deburring function without changing the dimensions of the part. This type of deburring is especially beneficial for large, flat surfaces that require a lot of contact area with the brush.
Since its inception, Sanderson MacLeod has worked hard to provide clients with a wide range of high-quality twisted wire brush machinery and automation advancement. In addition to a number of tufting machines, they offer twisted wire cleaning and handling units, rotary brush trimmers, auto stylet brushes and stemming and assembly systems. They have also developed an innovative nut brushing system that is capable of quickly and efficiently removing abrasive husks from peanuts, macadamia nuts and other products.
Brushes are designed to improve the efficiency and quality of manufacturing processes by reducing the time it takes for workers to complete tasks. The company’s range of products includes both abrasive and non-abrasive types that are suitable for a variety of applications including rust removal, cleaning and finishing. The abrasive and non-abrasive brushes are available in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit different applications.
One of the most important aspects of any brush is its durability and longevity. To ensure the longevity of a brush, manufacturers must make sure the brush is made of high-quality materials. This includes the metal wire, which must be strong enough to withstand the force of the abrasive brush. It must also be resistant to oxidation, which can cause the brush to break down faster than normal.
In the early days of electric power generation, electrostatic and mild electromagnetic problems arose in turbines. These problems caused shaft currents that resulted in expensive losses of power. This led to the development of shaft brushes and demagnetization procedures for turbines.