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April 22, 2014
Cutback brush performs three tasks in one step
Osborn has introduced a new 114-knot cutback brush for angled removal of three or more layers of coating from pipe ends. It completes the three steps of standard coating removal simultaneously: the brush cleans the pipe edge, removes the pipe... Read more...
March 14, 2014
Better brushes, better technique, better cleaning
Power wire brushing removes burrs and cleans impurities off various surfaces. Brush types abound—wheel brushes, cup brushes, end brushes, and specialty brushes reach into corners and crevices like few other finishing tools can (see Figure 1 ).... Read more...
March 6, 2014
Heavy-duty brush removes slag from Sch. 100, Sch. 120 steel pipe
Osborn has introduced the new high-strength, aggressive-wire Tornado brush. Suitable for heavy-duty applications, the brush removes slag, silicates, and oxidation from Sch. 100 and Sch. 120 steel pipe.
According to the company, the brush is... Read more...
November 20, 2013
Osborn launches new website
Osborn, a provider of surface treatment systems and finishing tools, has launched a new website that brings together the different websites from its various locations around the world into one global website that is country-specific and... Read more...
August 14, 2013
Osborn expands California facility
Osborn, a supplier of surface treatment systems and finishing tools, has expanded its facility in Santa Fe Springs, Calif., to include production and distribution of all of its buff, brush, and compound product lines.
The center previously... Read more...
July 30, 2013
Finishing products offered for welding applications
Osborn offers the Welders Choice™ line of finishing products for welding applications. The line includes stringer bead brushes, scratch brushes, and cup brushes.
The stringer bead brushes, including the refined TY™ encapsulated... Read more...
March 11, 2013
Three finishing lines fit different environments
Osborn offers three lines of finishing brushes for varying applications.
The Standard line is designed for general-purpose performance for light-duty projects, including light rust removal and small welding applications. The Professional... Read more...
December 3, 2012
Brushes help welders finish the job
Osborn offers the Welders Choice™ line of finishing products designed for professional welding applications.
The stringer bead brushes, including the refined TY™ encapsulated stringer bead brushes, clean J-weld joints. Improved... Read more...
November 9, 2012
Osborn marks 125 years in business
Osborn, a supplier of surface-treatment systems and finishing tools in Cleveland, celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2012.
The company, founded by John J. Osborn in 1887, originally made horse and butcher block brushes, as well as street... Read more...
April 26, 2012
Osborn announces new branding for unified identity
Osborn, a Cleveland-based producer of surface treatment and finishing tools, has announced a new brand identity. The branding was developed to unify the company's multiple divisions and create a focused, strategic approach in the marketplace.... Read more...
July 10, 2007
Abrasive disk brushes leave tolerances unchanged
Osborn Intl. offers ATB Uni-Lok® disk brushes that selectively deburr radius corners and edges without changing dimensional tolerances. The brushes are designed for integration into automated machines, transfer lines, and robotic cells.... Read more...
September 12, 2006
Osborn Intl. names president
Osborn Intl. North America, Cleveland, has named Richard M. Halen Jr. as president. Halen has a background in manufacturing, engineering, operations, sales, marketing, and strategic planning. He was vice president, general manager of American... Read more...
November 8, 2005
Osborn opens Indiana facility
Osborn Intl., Cleveland, has announced the completion of its new brush manufacturing and distribution facility in Richmond, Ind. The 180,000-sq.-ft. plant produces 70 percent of all Osborn power brush products. The company says the move was... Read more...