Composite disc brushes crimped Composite, with bridle, with hole

COMPOSITE composite disc brush DBUR dia. 150x22.2 mm hole ceramic filament dia. 1.10 mm grit 120 stationary

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COMPOSITE composite disc brush DBUR dia. 150x22.2 mm hole ceramic filament dia. 1.10 mm grit 120 stationary

Dia. external
150 mm
Dia. filament material
1.1 mm
Dia. hole
22.2 mm
Filament material
Ceramic oxide grain (CO)
Grit size
Length, filament
38 mm
Length, filament to ring
19 mm
Max. RPM
2500 RPM
Mounting system
Centre hole
RPM, optimum, from
1000 RPM
RPM, optimum, to
1600 RPM
Packaging unit
1 piece

Particularly aggressive brush with bridle. Particularly suitable for deburring and work on surfaces on stationary machines.

Composite brushes from PFERD have been specifically developed for industrial, automated use. They are suitable for a variety of applications and their variable clamping options mean that they can be used on many different drive systems. This offers the advantage that the workpiece can be produced and finished on the same machine. As a result, labour-intensive, manual work is reduced and reproducible results are achieved with short cycle times. For efficient use, numerous application parameters such as the processing time and feed rate must be coordinated with each other and a suitable brush must be selected.

Brushes with ceramic oxide grain (CO) offer good toughness and excellent sharpness. For high stock removal values and aggressive brushing behaviour.

Plastic filament withstands temperatures up to 220 °C.

  • Long tool life and aggressive brushing effect due to a very high filament density.
  • Extremely smooth operation due to even distribution of the filament material.
  • The bridle prevents the wires spreading out sideways.
  • If the filament has worn away down to the bridle, it can be removed from the bridle for further use. This does not affect the brushing behaviour.
  • The bridle enables the spreading out and flexibility of the brush filament to be controlled.
  • Abrasive grains are embedded in flexible plastic filaments, which means that the filament works on the sides as well as at the tip.
  • For particularly aggressive machining and for giving the workpiece a high surface quality.
Recommendations for use
  • Please observe the recommended rotational speeds.
  • Remove the bridle once the filament is worn down. Then the rest of the filament can be used.
  • Remove the bridle before starting work if you would like to achieve a large spreading diameter or access hard-to-reach areas.
  • Use coolant for applications where large amounts of heat are produced.
Ordering notes
  • This composite disc brush is supplied with two drive pin holes with a 6.5 mm diameter. Pitch circle diameter 31 mm.
Materials that can be worked
Cast iron
Cast steel
Cobalt-based alloys
Hard non-ferrous metal
High-temperature-resistant materials
Nickel-based alloys (e.g. Inconell and Hastelloy)
Nickel or titanium-based superalloys
Other non-ferrous metals
Soft titanium alloys (tensile strength 500 N/mm²)
Steel, cast steel
Steel materials with a hardness > 54 HRC
Steels up to 1,200 N/mm² (< 38 HRC)
Titanium alloys
Structuring (matt finishing, brush matting and satin finishing)
Drive types
Stationary machines
Tool machine


recommends composite brushes to achieve maximum stock removal as quickly as possible.


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