Create the Brush You Need with Our Patented Technology

Our metal channel brushes can be formed into a wide range of shapes to fit your needs. Our metal channel brushes are built using patented Fullergript technology. This rugged construction firmly anchors brush filaments in place, providing greater density, uniformity, and durability when compared to staple-tufted brushes.

When it was created, we soon realized that the Fullergript strip is robust enough to be flexed into shapes, and can hold those shapes and still brush with the best of them. Our metal channel brushes 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. If you are requiring a different brush fill material, select “other” in the form below, and we will do our best to fulfill your needs.

Our brush design team realized we had to offer a wide range of brush fill materials, because our construction allows a versatility that can do most anything. You’ve seen these brushes in action: cleaning pipes or conveyors, washing fruits or vegetables, and in many other applications. But you may have seen these brushes doing other things too, such as being used as weather stripping, or to control tire spray on the highway from tractor-trailers, or to move materials in an auger or screw application, or even to seal bus doors and other doors, and block a draft.

If you have questions or would prefer to order via phone, give us a call at 1-800-227-2961

 Metal Channel Brushes Bend But Don’t Break

These rugged brushes answer the call for a wide range of commercial and industrial applications.

It starts with the bristle: Our fill material includes a wide selection that truly makes the Fullergript brush worth exploring for nearly any brush customer. Have a look at our selection, and if you don’t see what you’re after, get in touch.

  • Bassine: Extremely useful for cleaning hard surfaces, including ceramic tile, terrazzo, linoleum and vinyl, and concrete.
  • Goat hair: For a delicate touch, such as dusting, applying cosmetics, or forensics.
  • Horsehair: This natural fiber is used for polishing and cleaning, and is less abrasive alternative than synthetic or metal fills. Horsehair is also often used dry in anti-static environments or for applying adhesives.
  • Polyester: For applications that require a bristle with low water absorption, polyester is a good choice. It remains stiff, even in liquid, and is resistant to bacteria and microorganisms.
  • Polypropylene: We call it polypro, and it resists water, retains its stiffness in wet or dry conditions, and is bio-resistant. The material is largely resistant to typically damaging industrial chemicals or solvents, as well as acids, alcohols, or oils.
  • Tampico: Useful for light cleaning or scrubbing, this natural fiber resists heat and chemicals, yet is highly water absorbent. It’s a popular fill for bakery brushes.
  • Stainless steel: Used in tool fabrication and finishing, this fill is resistant to corrosion and heat. Brushes made from this material also are used on conveyors and for heavy-duty cleanings, such as rust, corrosion, and paint removal.
  • Steel: Steel is appropriate for use on surfaces that have varying texture and porosity, such as wood, metal, concrete, and stone. Fine bristles are suitable for polishing, while the stiffer wire is used to abrade or remove build-up or corrosion.

Another key element to the Fullergript brush is the steel center wire, which runs the entire length of the strip locking the fill in place. When inserted over the fill material and forced down into the formed channel, the wire causes the fill to become vertical as the strip closes over both the wire and the fill.

The final factor is the backing, which is made of steel, stainless steel, or aluminum, and forms the indestructible backing for all of our Fullergript brushes. The fill material is laid over the heavy gauge metal and held in place with the wire, and the backing is formed into a U-shaped channel.

The finished product can then be formed into nearly any shape imaginable. Our design team will work with you to find the solution.

If you have questions or would prefer to order via phone, give us a call at 1-800-227-2961

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