Abrasive Nylon End Brushes

Abrasive Nylon End Brushes produce a consistent finish witout affecting surface measures. Suitable for wet and dry applications.

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    Diameter Trim Length Grits R.P.M. Max
    120 · Coarse 180 · Medium 320 · Fine
    1/2" 3/4" 11201 11202 11203 20,000
    3/4" 1-3/16" 11901 11902 11903 20,000
    1" 1-3/16" 12501 12502 12503 20,000

    Technical Specifications

    Finishing grade

    Abrasive Nylon Finishing Grade
    Grit 20|40|60 Coarse NA1
    Grit 80|100|120 Medium NA2
    Grit 180|200|300 Fine NA3
    Grit 400|800|2000 S. Fine NA4
    Non-Abrasive Fibers Neutral SW5

    Removal rate

    Nylon & Flap brushes
    Grit 20|40|60
    Grit 80|100|120
    Grit 180|200|300
    Grit 400|800|2000
    Non-abrasive Nylon


    DLZ, FLAP, Encapsulated brushes
    Twist knots, Control brushes
    Crimped wire .020 to .012
    Crimped wire .010 to .004
    Crimpe wire .003 to .002 Nylon & synthetic fibers
    • Action: Deburring, Finishing
    • Tool: Drill
    • Surface: Stainless, Steel

    • Brushes made of nylon filaments impregnated with Aluminium Oxide abrasive particles.
    • High flexibility without danger of breaking, providing long working life and increased safety.
    • Suitable for dry applications only.
    • To be used in power drills.
    • Red colour nylon brushes (grit 80) produce a coarse finishing; the blue colour ones (grit 150) provide a fine polishing.


    Nylon brushes do not scratch and therefore they are appropriate for cleaning and polishing of:

    • Any kind of wood (fine or rustic).
    • Metallic surfaces such as automobile bodies.
    • Tile, stone and concrete.
    • Plastic materials.
    • Stainless Steel and Aluminium.

    Order Example

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    Additional information

    Operating Recommended Speed

    Optimum performance is obtained at the recommended working speed 2.500 R.P.M.
    Speeds above the recommended ones may smear the workpiece due to heat build-up.