Wheel brushes crimped miniature brushes, shank-mounted

Miniature wheel brush RBU dia. 19x2 mm shank dia. 3 mm stainless steel wire dia. 0.10

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Miniature wheel brush RBU dia. 19x2 mm shank dia. 3 mm stainless steel wire dia. 0.10

Dia. external
19 mm
Dia. filament material
0.1 mm
Dia. shank
3 mm
Filament material
Stainless steel wire (INOX)
Length, filament
5 mm
Length, total
1.13 /16 Inch
Length, total
46 mm
Max. RPM
12000 RPM
Mounting system
RPM, optimum, from
4000 RPM
RPM, optimum, to
10000 RPM
2 mm
Packaging unit
10 pieces

Suitable for light brushing such as deburring, cleaning and polishing.

PFERD offers a wide range of miniature brushes for precision work. These can be used on flexible shaft drives, micro motors or electric grinders.

In order to fulfil the particular requirements for working with stainless steel (INOX), PFERD uses wire quality 1.4310 (V2A) for all INOX brushes. Practical experience from industry has shown that this offers very good corrosion resistance with an optimum tool life. All PFERD brushes with INOX filaments are colour-coded in blue and are suitable for use on all stainless steels (INOX), such as V4A. The wire quality 1.4310 tends to become ferromagnetic in the case of cold working; i.e. it can be attracted using magnets. The reason for this is a change in the microstructure caused by deformation (e.g. during the wire drawing process). This does not have any impact on the quality and corrosion resistance of the INOX filament. The filament is still resistant to corrosion.

Stainless steel wire (INOX) withstands temperatures up to 450 °C.

  • Maximum precision and efficiency in work on delicate workpieces.
  • Enables focused working in hard-to-reach areas.
  • Very good corrosion resistance.
  • Creates fine surfaces.
Recommendations for use
  • Please observe the recommended rotational speeds.
Safety notes
  • When clamping the brush, ensure that the shank is clamped as far into the arbor as possible. This applies in particular for use in the high rotational speed range. The minimum clamping length is 10 mm.
Materials that can be worked
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)
Stainless steel (INOX)
Titanium alloys
Paint stripping
Removing heat discolouration
Removing oxide layers
Drive types
Flexible shaft drive
Straight grinder

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