Serval segments cover the width of your brush face specification.


This is designed to reduce the number of steps in refurbishing a brush and keeping the brush in-house or at your local machine shop of your liking.


This reduced the distance these heavy brush shafts go on and the time it takes to refurbish a brush shaft.


We designed this system so that the brush users, in the cleaning section or finishing sections can refurbish the brushes on their schedule with the requirement of minimal tools and labor.


We supply the training videos to have as a reference and work with the mills and/or machine shops to hands-on train and answer any questions. We have designed this system down to a four-step process. 


  1. Undo the patented tightening system
  2. Take used brush off
  3. Put new packets on.
  4. Tighten down packets and APT patented tightening system


We manufacture our packet systems in Germany and deliver the highest quality brush packets designed specifically for your shafts to ensure not movement of the packets during operation. The core ID is held to very close tolerances of your shaft.




The process involves locking place several brush segments on your core. We designed the brushes so that they are delivered to you in a unique manufacturing process when once installed, they are perfectly balanced. This requires your shaft to be balanced and straight which your local machine shop can perform with scheduled preventative maintenance. 


We can build these brushes in all types of Filament. APT- Stainless Steel, APT-monofilment (Abrasive and Non-abrasive) and APT-Multi-fil (Abrasive and Non-abrasive). All of which I will discuss at great extent in future emails, both pros and cons of each. As a side note, we also offer a similar design in the Non-Woven (Scotch-Brite (trademark symbol).