Roller brushes give an even distribution of fibres during flocking and dye in the printing process. Strip brushes, clean, separate and tension in spinning and combing machines whist stretching rollers with specially angled tufts smooth out folds to prevent creases and wrinkles.
Further brushing or sueding at the final stage of production removes excess fibres and improves fibre alignment, leaving a smooth soft surface to the fabric.
Conductive brushes help to reduce problematic static generated when handling synthetic fibres. Lath brushes provide tension in tenter frames, grip yarns for knitting and warp tying, and accommodate all types of felting and structuring needles in non-wovens production.