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Custom Brushes

Custom Brushes

At Accola we produce thousands of brushes for clientele across the globe. If you require a specific product we can modify or custom manufacture any brush to spec. We are based in the USA and have the ability to do expedited runs to meet immediate demand.

Staple Set

Staple set brushes are manufactured in straight or staggered designs in a variety of fill material. There are many trim shapes illustrated below to choose from depending on the brush application. The block is made of wood or synthetic material.

There are many applications for custom staple set brushes because they can be manufactured in an infinite number of ways:

You can use a staple set brush to clean the inner workings of machinery, clean conveyor belts, transport products down a conveyor line, cleaning glass, packaging items, vacuuming carpets, labeling bottles and containers, treating wood surfaces and a number of other applications. Our staple set brushes are used extensively in the bakery, aerospace and transportation industries.

Twisted Wire

Twisted-in-wire brushes are manufactured in various types of shapes & fill material. The fill material is twisted between two coated or stainless steel wires which create a single-stem, single-spiral construction. The brush face can be manufactured up to 50 inches.

Twisted-in-wire brushes are also known as “twisted brushes”, “tube brushes,” “bottle brushes,” “power cleaning brushes,” and many other names. Twisted wire brushes can be hand-held or used in drills and other power tools.

Twisted-in-wire brushes are designed in the various shapes and tip styles illustrated below. The brush tip selection depends on the specific application and fill material.

Metal Channel Strip

Our metal channel strip brushes are constructed using our patented Fullergript technology. This construction firmly anchors brush filaments in place providing greater density, uniformity and durability when compared to staple tufted brushes. A Fullergript strip can be used as a straight strip, coiled, spiraled, or formed into almost any shape.

Metal channel brushes or strip brushes are versatile and durable. They can be customized for a multitude of uses including, bus and door seals, conveyor cleaning and separation, pipe cleaning, fruit and vegetable washing, weather sealing and many other applications. The size of the brush and fill material can be customized to your use.

Metal Channel Formed

Metal Channel brushes can be formed to fit your needs! Our metal channel brushes are constructed using our patented Fullergript technology. This construction firmly anchors brush filaments in place providing greater density, uniformity and durability when compared to staple tufted brushes. A Fullergript strip can be used as a straight strip, coiled, spiraled, or formed into almost any shape.

We offer a range of brush fill materials, including nylon, bassine, goat and horsehair, stainless steel, Tampico, polyester, polypropylene, and steel.

Cylinder Brush

The cylinder brush is considered the workhorse of our industry. It was originally designed for effective conveyor cleaning but has been used in a multitude of other ways, including cleaning conveyor belting and chains, transporting materials, debris removal, material transporting, product positioning, panel dusting, glass washing, screen cleaning, material handling (as screws and augers), lint removal and fruit and vegetable washing, and much more.

Cylinder brushes are also known as “coil brushes,” “rotary brushes,” “conveyor cleaning brushes,” and “spiral brushes.”

Coil Brush

When Fuller Custom Brush originated the Fullergript® design, a revolutionary brush making process was created. The Fullergript process provides an economical means of incorporating brush technology into a wide range of modern commercial applications.
By winding Brush Strip on a mandrel or shaft, a coil brush is produced. Brush density can be varied by your choice of backing size. The amount of fill material increases proportionately with the size of the backing. The lead of the coil (distance between wraps), affects the working surface of the brush and its performances. Consistent or continuous brush to work surface contact requires a close wound coil (no lead), while an open lead is recommended when working with aggregate, grain or debris.

Coil brushes or rotary brushes are commonly used for conveyor cleaning, but they are widely used across a variety of industries. Additional uses for coil brushes are panel dusting, glass washing, screen cleaning, material handling (as screws and augers), lint removal and fruit and vegetable washing.