Fill configurations and versions

There is a free choice of fill configurations
The respective performance of the brush depends to a great extent on the choice of fill density.
We can help you choose the right density in conjunction with the material used.

Full-fill

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high fill density standard fill density low fill density
is used in most cases to ensure the uniform treatment of surfaces. Unless otherwise specified, we use density N2 (standard fill density).
Note! In the case of wheel brushes, the fill density is dependent on the diameter of the brush body.

Spiral-shaped fill

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dense, e.g. single row – arrow form light, e.g. two rows – arrow form dense, e.g. two rows – arrow form
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dense, e.g. single row dense, e.g. two rows light, e.g. two rows
is often used with wheel brushes in order, for example, to force material in one irection. Can also be used with strip or disk brushes. A spiral or diagonally shaped fill can be configured in a single row (e.g. S1) or several rows (e.g. S1-2). In the  case of wheel brushes, multi-path spirals are also possible.
Note! The fill density of wheel brushes is dependent on the diameter of the body.

Field fill

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Field fill density in axial direction – dense fill Field fill density in axial direction – dense fill Field fill density in axial direction – minimal fill
Used mostly with wheel brushes in order to spread out material, for example.
Note! The fill density of wheel brushes is dependent on the diameter of the profile.