Brush machinery is state-of-the-art equipment that revolutionizes the manufacturing process. It combines precision, versatility, and reliability to enable manufacturers to meet market demands with exceptional efficiency.
The 2022 Brushware November-December Machinery Showcase & Supplier/Manufacturer Spotlight issue features comprehensive descriptions of all the best machines available for the brush, broom, mop and roller industry along with detailed profiles of top suppliers and manufacturers. The massive 84-page issue also includes full coverage of the 2022 FEIBP Congress and a three-part series on inflation.
Carlson-STI is an American manufacturer of high-performance Brush Making Machines. Their equipment enables brush, broom and mop producers to maximize production, quality, and profitability. Their versatile line of machines can produce a wide range of shapes and sizes. They are designed to be easy to use and require little maintenance. Their machines are made with the highest quality components. They are also extremely safe.
They have recently developed a new machine called GIOTTO, which is a high-speed tufting machine that can be used for the manufacture of brushes, brooms, and other products with a twisted in wire or metal channel strip. This machine is capable of producing up to 80 tacts per minute. This is a significant increase in output over previous models. The machine can be equipped with a variety of tufting heads. This includes the standard mechanical head as well as e-STROKE technology. The machine can also be equipped with a variety of cutting tools.
KADIA processes linear ball bushings for voice coil motors at their Homburg location. These are electro-mechanical precision actuators that control the flow and pressure of breathing gases (air and oxygen) in intensive care ventilators. A failure of these vital devices could result in the death of a patient. In order to guarantee optimal performance, KADIA uses brush deburring on all the necessary surfaces. However, with bores 6 mm in diameter, this method has a limit. This is why KADIA has developed a hybrid deburring cell, which combines brush and high-pressure jet technology.
This enables them to reach all the difficult-to-reach spaces inside the motors. The technology is also capable of producing a more consistent deburring result. This enables them to achieve an optimum level of cleanliness.
The world’s brush machinery industry is witnessing a number of key trends and developments. The Russia-Ukraine conflict and the post-Covid-19 pandemic have caused geopolitical uncertainty, resulting in disruptions to supply chains and reduced consumer spending. This is likely to have a negative impact on the global demand for brush machinery. However, a growing focus on industrial automation and a rising emphasis on maintaining hygiene in the workplace is expected to drive growth in this market.