Strip brushes in their original form can be molded into various shapes. The most familiar is probably the vacuum cleaner brush, which can be round with the filling facing down, or rectangular in shape. Here again, much depends on the demand. Looking from this perspective, we can distinguish an additional division of strip brushes:
Strip brushes can be wound or slide on shafts. This form of roller brush allows for a surface with the highest density of filling material.
Ring brushes are mainly used in the food industry, e.g. as an aid to fruit stoning, but also to collect dirt, e.g. from drive belts. A popular solution is the use of this type of brushes in the wire manufacturing industry, where tarnish accumulated on wires is collected. They are also used to seal doors, sliding doors and food silos. Due to their simplicity, they can also often be found sealing lathe and CNC machines. They have gained their popularity in sealing communication passages, including escalators, for example. Moreover, they can be found in woodworking industry, furniture industry, on pre-dusting lines. They will find their place wherever we talk about cable or dilatation ducts.