Custom Wire Brushes
Your brushes are only as good as the brush wire that makes them. Brookfield Wire strives day in and day out to satisfy customers with the highest quality materials while maintaining competitive pricing among other wire manufacturers. Our brush wire experts work with our customers, ensuring they receive the right wire brush for their demands.
Our brush wire is in high demand for superior twisted-in-wire brushes. Twisted-in-wire brushes are also known as twisted brushes, tube brushes, bottle brushes, pipe brushes, spiral brushes, and power cleaning brushes. If you couldn’t tell by the countless names, there are countless uses for wire brushes.
We use twisted brushes for both manual cleaning or use in power tools. Industries and companies that commonly use our brushes include industrial, automotive, aircraft, electronic manufacturers, and metal workers. Clean, polish, ream, finish, and remove debris or burrs from internal non-metallic and metallic surfaces.
Custom Design | Wire Brushes
There are countless types of wire brushes, each made differently depending on their purpose. The basis, though, is that wire brushes are made by placing bristle material between the stem wires. Then, we secure the filament by tightly twisting the stem wires.
Brookfield manufactures custom wire specifications. To design a superior brush, there are four main considerations. These include stem design, material, length, and diameter.
Choosing your specifications depends on the flexibility, stiffness, and corrosion resistance necessary. Count on Brookfield Wire to recommend the right materials for your application.
Bristle and Fill Options
Our recommendation for wire fill materials for brushes also depends on application requirements including flexibility, stiffness, abrasion, and chemical or corrosion resistance. Additionally, bristle crimping styles include gear crimping, pin crimping, and straight hank. Crimping, or wavy, bristles extend brush life and are ideal for abrasive cleaning. On the other hand, straight bristles are softer and offer more flexibility.
Specific uses include:
Talk to the Brookfield Wire experts about our three main stem designs to determine the top benefits of each style.
Standard Bristle Materials
Length and Diameter
An extensive lineup of brush diameters are available. However, the diameter depends heavily on the stem design and filament being used. The shorter the trim-length or larger the bristle diameter, the stiffer the brush.
As you would assume, the size and length are determined by your particular requirements.