RICHMOND, IN – Osborn, a leading manufacturer of surface treatment and finishing solutions, will have a strong presence at FABTECH showcasing the new 7-inch Stringer Bead Brush. This new product features the same proprietary TufWireTM wire strands as used in Osborn’s innovative TufBrush™ product line, to provide increased rigidity and aggressiveness.
For over 130 years, Osborn’s passion for innovation has led to cutting edge solutions that improve quality, safety and performance, including the company’s TufBrush™ stringer bead brushes. The TufBrush products are used for weld cleanup applications, including root and hot pass, surface preparation, deburring, pipe joining and other applications. With an improved, proprietary design structure, Osborn’s new 7-inch stringer bead wire brush gives customers another great option, so they don’t have to choose between longer life or material removal when it comes to brushes.
“With the remarkable success from the introduction of our 4-inch TufBrush™ last year, our customers demanded the same performance in an additional size and material,” said Justin Sieb, product manager, at Osborn. “The 7-inch Stringer Bead Brush is another solution in our product line, which provides superior material removal and durability, giving customers the best of both worlds,” he added.
Osborn’s new, 7-inch Stringer Bead Brush will be showcased November 11-14 at FABTECH, the annual trade show event which is being held at McCormick Place in Chicago. It’s a celebration of the latest trends and technology in the metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing industries.
Product experts will be available at Osborn’s booth during the FABTECH event for more information and interviews. More information about FABTECH, including an “Exhibitor Directory” is available here.
Osborn is the world’s leading supplier of surface treatment solutions and high-quality finishing tools for industrial and commercial applications within material finishing, deburring, cleaning, honing and surface polishing segments. Founded in 1887, Osborn now includes operations in 13 countries and serves customers in more than 100 countries. For more information, please visit osborn.com.