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Stringer Bead Wire Brushes

Osborn has expanded its TufBrush stringer bead product line to five additional products. "The TufBrush product line features up to two times longer life and up to 60% better material removal than its closest competitor," said an Osborn spokesperson.

The stringer bead brushes are used for weld cleanup applications, including root and hot pass, surface preparation, deburring, pipe joining and other applications. With an improved, proprietary design structure, Osborn's TufBrush stringer bead wire brush line is now available in a range of sizes from 4" - 6" in either carbon or stainless steel material.

The TufBrush product line features Osborn's proprietary TufWire, a specially designed wire that offers increased rigidity and aggressiveness, a new knot design that allows for more wire on the work surface and an increased wire density that provides consistency and longer life. The TufBrush product line's longer life reduces the number of brush changes required during the day, and together with the improved rates of material removal, it increases productivity.

"With the success from the introduction of our 4-inch TufBrush last year, our customers requested the same performance in additional sizes and materials," said Justin Sieb, Product Manager, at Osborn. "With the TufBrush stringer bead line, customers no longer have to choose between longer life or material removal when it comes to brushes. TufBrush delivers up to 60% better material removal than the closest competitors in the market with industry-leading durability."

Made in the United States, the TufBrush products replace standard Osborn products.

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2350 Salisbury Road North

Richmond, IN 47374


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