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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...