Brush Materials

Fiberbuilt supplies a variety of natural and synthetic fibers and metal wire for numerous functions and applications.

Generally speaking, brushes can be characterized as fine, medium, or coarse; however, there are many variables that will determine what the best fiber for the brush application will be. Below are some of the characteristics to consider when selecting an appropriate brush fiber:

Abrasion Resistance
Bend Recovery
Chemical resistance
Diameter
Ductility
Elongation
Fatigue and Flex Resistance
Tensile Strength
Water Absorption
Flicking (spring) Action
Hardness
Heat Resistance
Magnetism
Malleability
Melting Point
Oxidization
Polishing Ability
Rigidity
Scratch Resistance
Set Resistance
Shape
Solvent Resistance
Specific Gravity
Stiffness
Sun Light and UV Resistance

 

With the wide variety of brushes that you can purchase or use, it is imperative that you have knowledge when selecting the right brush with the right fiber for optimum results.

In general terms sweeping and general cleaning tasks can be completed successfully with fine, medium or coarse (heavy) brush fibers depending on your preference, however there are situations where chemical or heat resistance can play a factor and can govern the brush fiber that should be used.

See below for further information and detail as to which fiber, might be the best for your requirements.

For any questions or concerns please contact Fiberbuilt and we will be happy to help you select the correct brush for your application.

Fiber Properties & Chemical Resistance

Brush Materials | Fibers & Applications

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