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Re-think Brushing – Brush Scrubbers and Satin Finishing

Re-think Brushing – Brush Scrubbers and Satin Finishing

CLEANING SECTION BRUSH SCRUBBERS AND SURFACE CLEANING & FINISHING This is a subject that many users would like to forget, rather than be reminded of! Having built cleaning section equipment for over 60 years, we have looked at many process lines and listened to scrubber issues from maintenance, operations, and quality team members and have […]
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APT MULTI-FIL BRUSHES LAST LONGER CLEANING AND FINISHING

APT MULTI-FIL BRUSHES LAST LONGER CLEANING AND FINISHING

FOR FLAT METAL STRIP, COIL, SHEET APPLICATIONS   Today’s customers want to increase cleaning and line speed in existing (or new!) cleaning equipment. And the problem is conventional cleaning sections/lines have mechanical limitations.  Current line configurations don’t have free space to add new degreasing, electrolytic or brushing units, and line [...]
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Bristle Scrubber Brush – Pro Tip

Bristle Scrubber Brush – Pro Tip

Adjust the brush you have, for what it is capable of doing. This blog post is designed to give you value and tips for optimizing your current metal strip cleaning process, without a need to purchase anything. Simply adjust what you have. Let me take you to your brush scrubber/brush machine. You will find this […]
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BRISTLE SCRUBBER BRUSHES IN A PACKET SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

BRISTLE SCRUBBER BRUSHES IN A PACKET SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

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 […]
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BRISTLE SCRUBBER BRUSHES

BRISTLE SCRUBBER BRUSHES

Do You Know About the Spaghetti Effect?   Let’s play a game.   I’m going to describe some aggravating problems that result on the line, and you’re going to tell me what’s causing the problem.  Ready? Here we go: The tips of your bristle brush don’t engage with the metal surface. Instead of hitting the […]
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