Industrial Power Brushes
General Information
PFERD industrial power brushes are quality
PFERD brush product lines
tools for surface machining. We offer a com-
PFERD has two product lines to meet a variety
prehensive program of high-quality brushes
of brushing tasks used in industry and crafts.
for professional machining of various materials
and applications. Within the PFERD program
you can find the best brush for every applica-
Performance line SG
tion, for every machining problem and for
Largest range of brushes for professional use
every material.
in industry and crafts.
Advantages of PFERD brushes
Special line SGP
■■Special quality wires (oil tempered wire) with
The special line was developed for special
high flexibility and bending fatigue strength
industrial and high-performance applica-
give long tool life.
tions. Everywhere where there are special
■■High concentricity due to even distribution
demands, special line SGP brushes are the
and secure fixing of the trim material.
best choice. With the innovative knot-styles
■■Optimum finishing result, due to close
COMBITWIST® and SINGLETWIST®, PFERD
matching of brush body and visible trim
offers you exclusive tool solutions to meet
length.
highest application demands.
■■Good value for money.
How to find the best tool?
Industrial Power Brushes
Well Packed and Presented
In order to help you find the optimal brush
Select tool
Industrial packaging
Advantages:
quickly we have compiled a chart on the fol-
PFERD provides industrial power brushes as
■■Robust packaging suited to the product.■■Order number and EAN-code on the pack-
The best suitable tool can be found below
part of their standard range, in robust indus-
aging label.
trial packaging.
■■Guidelines for safe use in each brush pack-
lowing pages including the most important ap-
All brushes produced in packaging units of
age.
your application.
5 or 10 pieces each are delivered in this
industrial packaging.
plication and the best brushes for your task.
Technical brushes are mainly used for:
Select trim material
Individual packaging
Advantages:
■■Deburring, especially removal of secondary
PFERD also provides a selection of the most
■■Useful European standard holepattern for
First, the optimum trim material for the brush
common industrial power brushes in indi-
optimum product presentation on your saleswall.
vidual sales promotion packaging.
■■Order number and EAN-code on the pack-
burrs produced by milling, grinding, turning
All brushes listed in packaging units of
aging label.
application is chosen to suit the material to be
1 piece are supplied in sales-promoting
■■Guidelines for safe use on each brush pack-
individual packages.
age.
■■Popular types can be positioned effectively
or drilling.
at a point-of-sale.
machined. The trim materials are colour-coded
■■Surface machining
for easier recognition:
Cleaning
Brush sets
Order instructions
PFERD provides three brush sets in sales-
When ordering, please state the EAN or the
promoting display boxes for shop counters.
complete order number.
- Removal of rust, removal of scale
They can also be effectively positioned in very
small spaces.
Ordering example
EAN 4007220153017
Steel wire
-
grey
RBU 3006/6 ST 0,20 SG
- Work on weld seams
Explanation of order example
RBU
= Wheel brush, single filament type
30
= Brush dia. d1 [mm]
INOX wire
-
blue
- Cleaning, removal of paint
06
= Trim width b [mm]
/6
= Shank dia. d3 [mm]
ST
= Trim material steel
0,20
= Wire dia. d6 [mm]
Brass wire
-
yellow
Structuring surfaces
SG
= Performance line
- Matt finishing, burnishing
PFERD TOOL CENTER
Plastic (SiC)
-
red
All individually-packed brushes can be pre-
sented highly effectively using a PFERD TOOL
- Roughering, texturing
CENTER.
The information and symbol card system can
be used to communicate all important infor-
Select filling type
- Grinding (with SiC brushes)
mation on PFERD brushes at the point-of-sale.
PFERD also offers a counter display as an at-
tractive sales promotion.
According to the desired brushing effect you
Are you planning to present PFERD brushes in
a special way or to a particular target group,
perhaps you are planning a sales promotion?
Our sales advisers will be happy to help with
can choose between the filling types crimped
recommendations for an appropriate brush
selection.
filament, knotted or vulcanised.
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Special models
Suitable tool drives
Should our comprehensive catalogue program
■■For hand-held use
prove insufficient for solving your particular
- Power drills
application, we can produce quality, high-
- Flexible shafts
performance PFERD brushes on request.
- Straight and angle grinders with air or
electric motors
We can produce for example other wire dia­
- Please refer to catalogue 209 for detailed
meters and qualities, bores or threads or other
information and ordering data on suitable
dimensions as special designs. Please speak to
drive systems.
our sales advisors! We are happy to help you!
■■For stationary machines
- CNC systems
- Bench-top grinding machines (e.g. wheel
stand grinders)
■■For robotized machines
- mainly special types
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Industrial Power Brushes
The Fast Way to the Best Tool
Selection of trim material
Selection of trim type
Selection of tools
From the processing to the trimming material
From the application to the trim type
Surface
Weld seam
texturing
Workpiece
Trim
Advantages/
Fields of application
Trim type
material
material
characteristics
Page
Page
Construction
Steel wire
■■Tough, high
■■Light surface finishing
Individual
HBU
40
WBU
21
steels,
(ST)
tensile strength
■■Removal of burr on
filament,
carbon steels,
■■Long service
contours, break throughs
crimped
Colour
alloyed steels,
life
and pipes, removal of rust,
code:
HBK
40
RBU
10-11
paint, scale and insulating
non-alloyed steels,
■■Suitable for
grey
materials
plastics
high RPM
■■General pur-
pose tool
■■Low cost
■■Weld dressing
Knotted
RBG
28
■■Removal of rust, slag, scale,
etc.
RBG PIPE
15-16
COMBITWIST®
RBG PIPE CT
17
■■Precise, localized rust remov-
Crimped, plastic-
RBV
28
al, deburring and cleaning
impregnated
RBV PIPE
16
Stainless steels
INOX
■■Corrosion-
■■Light surface finishing
Individual
HBU
40
WBU
21
(INOX),
wire
resistant
■■Removal of burrs on
filament,
aluminium,
■■Resistant to
contours, break throughs
crimped
Colour
other non-ferrous
high thermal
and pipes, removal of rust,
code:
HBK
40
RBU
10-11
loads
paint, scale and insulating
metals
blue
■■Does not
materials from stainless steel
leave behind
surfaces
any corrosive
residues on the
workpiece
■■Can be used
at lower RPM
■■Weld dressing
Knotted
RBG
28
in contrast to
■■Removal of rust, slag,
steel wire
scale, etc. on stainless steel
■■Brushes with
surfaces
RBG PIPE
INOX trims
15-16
are usually
COMBITWIST®
degreased
RBGIT
37
RBGIT PIPE
37
Brass,
Brass wire
■■Works without
■■Easy surface finishing
Individual
HBU
40
copper,
(MES)
sparking
■■Removal of corrosion paint,
filament,
other non-ferrous
■■Flexible
scale and insulating material
crimped
Colour
metals
■■Fine surface
■■Cleaning of CU solder joints
code:
finish on alu-
yellow
minium
Non-ferrous
Plastic
■■ High level of
■■High flexibility permits work
Individual
elasticity and
RBU
10
metals,
(SiC)
in hard-to-reach areas
filament,
flexibility,
wood,
■■Deburring, cleaning and
crimped
Colour
■■ Even abrasive
grinding
plastics,
code:
effect
■■Matt finishing, texturing and
WBU
21
steel,
■■ Sensitive to heat,
red
satin finishing of surfaces
castings
may therefore
require the use
of grinding oil for
cooling
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Industrial Power Brushes
The Fast Way to the Best Tool
Selection of tools
Deburring
Cleaning
Edge
Surface
Inside
Surface
Inside
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
RBU T
19
RBU
26
PBU
22
RBU
26
PBU
22
RBU
10-11, 14,
RBU
10-11, 14,
KBU
33
PBUR
24
PBUR
24
18-19
18-19
RBU
18-19
TBU
29-30
IBU
38-39
TBU
29-30
IBU
38-39
KBG
33
RBG
12
PBGS
24
RBG
28
PBGS
24
RBG
12
KBG CT
34
RBG CT
13
PBG
25
PBG
25
RBG CT
13
KBG
33
RBG T
20
RBG T
20
KBG CT
34
TBG
31
TBG
31
TBG CT
32
TBG CT
32
RBV
28
PBV
23
PBV
23
RBV PIPE
16
PBU
22
RBU
26
PBU
22
RBU T
19
RBU
26
PBUIT
36
RBUIT
37
PBUIT
36
RBU
10-11, 14,
KBU
33
RBUIT
37
IBU
38-39
IBU
38-39
18-19
RBU
10-11, 14,
RBU
18-19
PBUR
24
TBU
29-30
PBUR
24
18-19
TBU
29-30
KBU
33
RBG
12
PBGS
24
PBGS
24
KBG
33
RBG
28
RBG CT
13
PBGSIT
36
PBGSIT
36
RBG/RBG CT
12, 13
KBG CT
34
RBGIT CT
37
PBG
25
PBG
25
RBGIT CT
37
KBG
33
KBG
33
KBG CT
34
KBG CT
34
TBG
31
TBG
31
TBG CT
32
TBG CT
32
RBU
27
PBU
22
RBU
27
PBU
22
IBU
38-39
IBU
38-39
RBU
10, 18
RBU
10, 18, 27
PBU
22
RBU
10, 18, 27
PBU
22
TBU
29-30
IBU
38-39
TBU
29-30
IBU
38-39
DBU
35
DBU
35
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Industrial Power Brushes
Safety Recommendations and Dimensions
PFERD -
Never exceed the permitted
Your partner for safe tools
maximum RPM
PFERD industrial power brushes meet a high
In order to guarantee operating safety, the
quality and safety standard which is constantly
maximum permitted RPM written either on
being inspected and further developed in
the brush, the label and in the catalogue must
our own laboratories. As one of the leading
never be exceeded!
manufacturers of brush tools, PFERD fulfils the
Please observe the following before use:
requirements of European standard EN 1083.
The tool drive speed must not exceed the
maximum permissible brush speed.
Please refer to our product information and
product tables for further recommendations
on optimum operating speeds. Here you can
find the recommended speeds [RPM] for an
optimum working result.
Read the safety recommendations!
Technical brushes must be used in a proper manner. For this reason, guidelines on the safe and
economic use of PFERD brushes are in every packaging unit. They advise you how to increase your
personal work safety.
= Wear gloves!
= Wear a respirator!
= Read the instructions!
= Wear hearing protection!
= Wear eye protection!
Use a protective machine cover!
Customer service
Minimum arbor hole diameter
according to EN 1083
Should you have any questions, please contact
your PFERD sales advisor. We can advise you
Total dia. d1
Minimum arbor
locally free of charge and without obligation
of the brush
hole diameter d2 min.
and will be happy to help you to find solu-
[mm]
[mm]
tions to any application problems or answer
any questions about the safe use of PFERD
50
4,6
brushes.
75
6,5
100
10
150
13
200
16
250
20
300
20
350
32
Conversion table [mm - inches]
Brush diameter
Arbor hole diameter
Trim width
Wire diameter
d1 [mm]
d1 [inches]
d2 [mm]
d2 [inches]
b [mm]
b [inches]
d6 [mm]
d6 [inches]
70
2-3/4
6,4
1/4
3,2
1/8
0,10
.004
76
3
9,5
3/8
6,4
1/4
0,15
.006
0,20
.008
89
3-1/2
12,7
1/2
9,5
3/8
0,25
.010
102
4
15,9
5/8
12,7
1/2
0,30
.012
127
5
19,0
3/4
15,9
5/8
0,35
.014
152
6
22,2
7/8
19,0
3/4
0,40
.016
178
7
25,4
1
22,2
7/8
0,45
.018
203
8
28,6
1-1/8
25,4
1
0,50
.020
254
10
31,8
1-1/4
28,6
1-1/8
0,60
.023
305
12
38,1
1-1/2
31,8
1-1/4
0,65
.026
356
14
44,5
1-3/4
38,1
1-1/2
0,80
.032
381
15
50,8
2
50,8
2
0,90
.035
406
16
76,2
3
76,2
3
1,00
.039
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Industrial Power Brushes
Cutting Speeds and Application Information
Determining the
The colour bars correspond to the colour code of the trim materials.
recommended speed
Recommended cutting speed [m/s] for wheel and flaring cup brushes
Select brush type.
Application
[m/s]
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
Read recommended cutting speed.
Determine the speed using the brush dia.
Deburring/
and cutting speed.
edge breaking
The recommended cutting speed ranges [m/s]
depend on the respective application and lie
below the allowed maximum cutting speed.
Removal of scale/
rolling skin
Cleaning/
roughening surfaces
Pencil brushes
5 - 10 m/s
Cup brushes
25 - 35 m/s
Wheel brushes/
see
Weld dressing
flaring cup brushes
adjacent chart
Solutions to problems
Cutting speeds [m/s]
Problem
Solution
n
Brushes dia. d1 [mm]
[RPM]
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
60
75
80
100
115
125
150
175
200
250
300
Inadequate
1. Increase RPM or use larger
brushing
brush diameter at unchanged
1.000
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
16
action
RPM.
1.250
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
5
7
8
8
10
11
13
16
20
2. Choose a brush with shorter trim.
1.500
1
1
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
6
8
9
10
12
14
16
20
24
3. Use a brush with thicker fila-
1.750
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
5
7
7
9
11
11
14
16
18
23
27
ments.
2.000
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
6
8
8
10
12
13
16
18
21
26
31
Excessively
1. Reduce RPM or use smaller
2.500
1
2
3
3
4
5
7
8
10
10
13
15
16
20
23
26
33
39
strong
brush diameter at unchanged
3.000
2
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
12
13
16
18
20
24
27
31
39
47
brushing
RPM.
action
2. Reduce contact pressure.
3.500
2
3
4
5
5
7
9
11
14
15
18
21
23
27
32
37
46
55
3. Choose a brush with longer trim.
4.000
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
13
16
17
21
24
26
31
37
42
52
63
4. Use a brush with thinner fila-
4.500
2
4
5
6
7
9
12
14
18
19
24
27
29
35
41
47
59
71
ments.
5.000
3
4
5
7
8
10
13
16
20
21
26
30
33
39
46
52
65
79
Surface is
1. Use a wider brush.
5.500
3
4
6
7
9
12
14
17
22
23
29
33
36
43
50
58
72
too rough
2. Select a brush with thinner
6.000
3
5
6
8
9
13
16
19
24
25
31
36
39
47
55
63
79
and ir-
filaments.
regular
3. Reduce operating RPM.
6.500
3
5
7
9
10
14
17
20
26
27
34
39
43
51
60
68
7.000
4
5
7
9
11
15
18
22
27
29
37
42
46
55
64
73
Excessively
1. Select a brush with thicker
fine finish/
filaments.
7.500
4
6
8
10
12
16
20
24
29
31
39
45
49
59
69
79
surface ap-
2. Use a brush with shorter trim.
8.000
4
6
8
10
13
17
21
25
31
34
42
48
52
63
73
pears too
3. Reduce operating RPM.
10.000
5
8
10
13
16
21
26
31
39
42
52
60
65
79
Example
polished
RBG 11512 Steel SG
12.000
6
9
13
16
19
25
31
38
47
50
63
72
79
Clean surfaces
Second-
1. Change brush-to-workpiece
14.000
7
11
15
18
22
29
37
44
55
59
73
Brush dia. d1: 115
mm
ary burr
operating angle.
16.000
8
13
17
21
25
34
42
50
63
67
Cutting
speed: 30 m/s
formation
2. Select a brush with shorter
20.000
10
16
21
26
31
42
52
63
79
Speed: 5.000 RPM
trim.
3. Use a brush with thicker fila-
22.000
12
17
23
29
35
46
58
69
ø (d1) x π x Speed
(n)
Cutting
speed (V)
ments.
25.000
13
20
26
33
39
52
65
79
1.000 x 60
Recommendation for use
Visible trim lengths
Filament diameter
Short filaments give a stiffer fill surface, result-
General rule:
Brush diameter
ing in more aggressive brushing action. Longer
With hand-held tool drives, the brush diameter
Thicker filament = aggressive, powerful
filaments are more flexible, giving a softer
should never exceed 180 mm, regardless of
brushing action
brush performance that produces a more
the fill material.
uniform finish, even on non-homogeneous
Thinner filament = soft brushing action, finer
Contact pressure and work position
surfaces.
surface finish
On a brush with thicker filaments, fewer fila-
Self-sharpening effect
ment ends are in contact with the workpiece
surface at the same time. This results in a
Output
incorrect (1)
correct (2)
more aggressive brushing action and coarser
shaft
Abrasion is done by the filament tips (fig. 2).
surface finish. With thinner filaments, many
Exception:
filament ends are in contact. The result is a
Side A
Side A
Brushes with SiC fill: approx. 2-3 mm of the
softer brushing action and finer surface finish.
The self-sharpening effect can be improved by
filament tips grind. When using brushes on
Generally, finer filament is more flexible and
changing the brush operating direction.
stationary machines, always operate below the
ensures a longer brush life.
brush centre line (see fig. 2).
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Industrial Power Brushes
Information about Processing Stainless Steel (INOX)
Due to its particularly good forming and weld-
All PFERD brushes with INOX wire are marked
ing qualities, its resistance against corrosion
blue and are suitable for use on all stainless
and its attractive appearance, stainless steel
steels (INOX), such as V4A.
(INOX) is becoming increasingly popular for
PFERD brushes INOX-TOTAL type
various products. These properties also place
We offer a range of PFERD “INOX-TOTAL”
special requirements and demands on the
type brushes for the most demanding of
tools used to machine it.
operating conditions. These brushes have been
specially developed for stainless steel work and
PFERD wire qualities
are characterised by the fact that, all brush
In order to fulfil the particular requirements for
parts are made from stainless steel, quality
machining INOX, PFERD uses a wire quality of
1.4310 (V2A), ensuring optimum corrosion
1.4310 (V2A) on all its INOX brushes. Practical
protection.
experience gained from industrial use confirm
Please refer to pages 36-37 for detailed infor-
that this wire quality achieves excellent corro-
mation and ordering data.
sion resistance with optimum tool life.
Stainless Steel (INOX) processing
competence
The wire quality of 1.4310 in INOX brushes
PFERD provides a comprehensive range of
tends to become ferromagnetic after
tools which meet the demands for work on
cold processing (can be attracted using mag-
stainless steel. We are happy to help in finding
nets). The reason for this is a change in the
solutions to your application
PFERD Tools for the Use on Stainless Steel
microstructure caused through deformation
problems. The PRAXIS “PFERD
(e.g. in wire drawing process). This change in
Tools for the Use on Stainless
microstructure and the resulting ferromagnetic
Steel” contains many valuable
qualities have no influence on the quality and
recommendations for use.
corrosion resistance of the INOX wire. It retains
Our experienced sales advisors
its corrosion-resistant properties.
are happy to answer your
questions. Please contact us.
Standard INOX wire qualities
Avoiding corrosion
when brushing INOX components
Short no.
Material no.
AISI
acc. to
acc. to
Cause of corrosion
Solution
EN 10027-1
EN 10027-2
Structure changes through toothing heat
Avoid the heat build-up through:
304
X5CrNi18-10
1.4301 (V2A)
build-up.
■■Use of a lower speed.
X10CrNi18-8
301
1.4310 (V2A)
■■Reduction in brushing pressure.
(current standard)
■■Oscillating brushing.
X12CrNi 17-7
302
1.4310 (V2A)
(previous standard)
316
X5CrNiMo17-12-2
1.4401 (V4A)
Apart from the trim all other brush parts are
■■Use INOX-TOTAL type brushes.
generally made of steel, (exception: INOX-
■■Avoid contact between the side discs
316
X3CrNiMo17-13-3
1.4436 (V4A)
TOTAL brush types), corrosion can occur
and workpiece.
316Ti
X6CrNiMoTi17-12-2
1.4571 (V4A)
through contact between these parts with the
■■Use pencil brushes with plastic coatings.
workpiece.
Note
To avoid possible problems, it makes sense to
run preliminary tests to check the corrosion-
Using the same tool for work on steel and
■■Do not use brushes which have already been
resistance of the workpiece.
INOX.
used on steel, copper or other metals.
Finishing
■■Do not process steel near INOX.
General cleaning of the workpieces after
brushing is recommended to prevent loose
particles sticking to the workpiece.
For workpieces that are used in a heavily cor-
rosive environment, processing with grinding
Wire particle residues in the surface
■■Avoid a high brushing pressure.
tools or etching or passivation is recommend-
(crack corrosion).
■■Select a low speed.
ed. This also applies when not only stainless
steels but also non-alloyed steels are processed
and it cannot be completely ruled out that
Material removal rate is too low
Complete removal of structural changes by:
particles will land on the stainless steel. For
■■Extending brushing times.
detailed information and ordering data on
■■Using grinding tools.
grinding and polishing tools please refer to
catalogue 204.
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Industrial Power Brushes
Well Packed and Presented
Industrial packaging
Advantages:
■■Robust packaging suited to the product.
PFERD provides industrial power brushes as
■■Order number and EAN-code on the pack-
part of their standard range, in robust indus-
aging label.
trial packaging.
■■Guidelines for safe use in each brush pack-
age.
All brushes produced in packaging units of
5
or 10 pieces each are delivered in this
industrial packaging.
Individual packaging
Advantages:
■■Useful European standard holepattern for
PFERD also provides a selection of the most
optimum product presentation on your sales
common industrial power brushes in indi-
wall.
vidual sales promotion packaging.
■■Order number and EAN-code on the pack-
aging label.
All brushes listed in packaging units of
■■Guidelines for safe use on each brush pack-
1
piece are supplied in sales-promoting
age.
individual packages.
■■Popular types can be positioned effectively
at a point-of-sale.
Brush sets
Order instructions
PFERD provides three brush sets in sales-
When ordering, please state the EAN or the
promoting display boxes for shop counters.
complete order number.
They can also be effectively positioned in very
small spaces.
Ordering example
EAN 4007220153017
RBU 3006/6 ST 0,20 SG
Explanation of order example
RBU
= Wheel brush, single filament type
30
= Brush dia. d1 [mm]
06
= Trim width b [mm]
/6
= Shank dia. d3 [mm]
ST
= Trim material steel
0,20
= Wire dia. d6 [mm]
SG
= Performance line
PFERD TOOL CENTER
All individually-packed brushes can be pre-
sented highly effectively using a PFERD TOOL
CENTER.
The information and symbol card system can
be used to communicate all important infor-
mation on PFERD brushes at the point-of-sale.
PFERD also offers a counter display as an at-
tractive sales promotion.
Are you planning to present PFERD brushes in
a special way or to a particular target group,
perhaps you are planning a sales promotion?
Our sales advisers will be happy to help with
recommendations for an appropriate brush
selection.
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