Felton Brush is where it all began.
Brushes are still a vital part of our current business, and they underscore a key element of our growth strategy. We continue to invest in brush manufacturing technology in order to maintain our competitive edge.
For more than 150 years, Felton Brush has been a leader in the industry. Our brush products combine our complete range of experience and expertise. Whatever your application or need, our filament technologies and broad design and manufacturing capabilities mean the ideal product is just a phone call away.
Simply put, we’re the most versatile industrial brush manufacturer in the world.
(Description and Specification)
Felton metal strip brushes come in a wide range of sizes, shapes, designs, filament materials, trim shapes, and configurations. Contact us today to learn more about the availability of brushes to fit your application.
Staple Set/Machine Brush Beds
Rectangular block, wheel or cylinder; synthetic or natural filaments; for virtually any application, Felton’s solid-back and stapleset options are limited only by your imagination.
Our ferrule applicators are manufactured by inserting fill materials into a ferrule and holding them in place with an epoxy-set or other bonding agent. By inserting a plug in the center of the fill material, Felton is able to vary the density to suit the specific end use.
Design Flex® and MultiFlex™
Our flexible-back brushes are made from extruded, flexible thermoplastics, such as polypropylene, polyethylene, styrene, nylons, and more. Choose single- or multiple-row tuft configurations to fit a broad range of applications.
Felton string wheels are ideal for fine metal finishing and polishing of plastics without friction-induced melting, while our range of grit-impregnated nylons enables difficult metal-removal operations. Brush-backed sandpaper strips come in multiple grits and finger sizes for metal deburring and wood sanding.
Felton anti-static brushes—ideal for printer/copier, and other office equipment applications—are constructed of stainless steel, aluminum, brass, copper and other brush-mounting materials. Bristle choices include anti-static or conductive nylons, carbon fibers, stainless steel yarns, and brass/nylon mixtures. Bristles are available in various trim lengths and densities.