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How Brushes Are Used in Industries Around the World

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Almost every industry imaginable uses custom-made brushes for a variety of purposes. Within such fields as diverse as food preparation, maintenance, construction, and manufacturing, brushes of different shapes and various materials are essential. It’s an often-overlooked fact, but brushes manufactured by companies are used to create solutions for specific business needs. Custom brushes have an extensive number of applications that can always be tweaked and expanded as new methods and strategies arise.

For example, businesses that need to apply a liquid or malleable product need custom brushes to do so. Brushes can be used as augers for moving a product, as well as for numerous types of cleaning: conveyor belts and systems, pans, glass, and various other surfaces. Because there are different fiber thicknesses and materials that can be used to make the brush, a custom brush can clean even the most delicate of objects. Businesses located outdoors can use brushes as a barrier for birds and pests, while they can also serve as cable guides and seals.

Many others use brushes to close gaps around different types of doors (thereby keeping in the heat or cold and reducing electricity costs), as well as dampening noise, vibrations, or movements to maintain a quiet environment. Brushes can be used to direct air flow, aid with dust control, or fill gaps between moving surfaces. Within the food production and processing industry, they can assist with fluid dispensing, fresh produce packing, and the waxing and washing of different fruits.

Industrial purposes include glass production, assistance in the high-tech and electronics industry, and the process of guiding and positioning during manufacturing. Brushes can have many applications in the golf, lawn and garden, and pharmaceutical industries. They are used as lighting suppressants, metering products, overhead door seals, polishing or wiping tools, and rodent guards, as well as in the processes of metal finishing, metal stamping, mirror manufacturing, moistening, paper handling, printing, debris removal, static electricity removal, sanding, sealing and seed processing.

Many professionals in the roofing industry also use brushes, especially to shield against flying debris, dust, and air. Brushes are especially helpful for spray or splash suppressants in industries that have a lot of chemicals going around. They are used often in FDA-regulated industries, as well as in woodworking. Ultimately, it’s clear that brushes serve a variety of purposes and can be created to fit almost any need!

So, if you find yourself in need of a brush - contact the experts at Precision Brush.

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