3/31/2005

Composite Hub Radial Wheel Brushes

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Bradex composite hub fiber abrasive radial wheel brushes were developed for applications requiring high filament density. Higher filament density increases the brush's aggression, reduces part cycling time and extends brush life. Abrasive fibers are embedded across the surface of the indestructible core.

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Bradex composite hub fiber abrasive radial wheel brushes were developed for applications requiring high filament density. Higher filament density increases the brush's aggression, reduces part cycling time and extends brush life.

Abrasive fibers are embedded across the surface of the indestructible core. This design reduces filament breakage and allows the filaments to perform consistently throughout the wear process.

The construction method eliminates the pre-stressing of filaments that occurs when traditional metal hubs grasp and squeeze the filaments. The composite hub radial wheels are also well balanced,w which reduces machine fatigue, according to Abtex.

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