Cylindrical brushes, another wide range of topics. The shape of these brushes indicates that they are designed to rotate or alternatively, an object rotates around the brush. Roller or by many referred to as roller brushes can range in size from a few millimeters to several meters in length. So can the diameter of the body and the material from which the body and filling material is made.



DZ – overall diameter
DK – body diameter
DO – hole diameter
LZ – body lenght
LR – working lenght

Scheme of die-cut cylindrical brushes construction (punched with bunches)

The most common roller brushes found commonly are the ones with a plastic body construction. The body is drilled and filling material is clamped into the new created holes.

To be able to correctly design and manufacture a brush, it is necessary to determine its density and filling arrangement. The density of a brush is determined by several parameters, including the diameter of the bunch, the number of bunches around the perimeter of the body, and the number of bunches along the length of the body. The type and diameter of the filling material can also affect the density.

The soUNIQ, unlike most manufacturers and dealerships, does not indicate a typology of sizes as it offers its tools to customers in every industry. This requires an individual approach because the requirements are too specific. We try to adapt to our customers and not the other way around.


Field arrangement of the filling


Full arrangement of the filling


Spiral arrangement

Roller brushes are traditionally mounted on a rotating shaft. The mounting system of the brushes usually takes place via Allen screws, located at the ends of the body, via additional steel band arrangements and others, such as inlets.


Roller brushes can be found in almost every industry. They range from brushing machines (e.g. for shoes, fruit and vegetables) to brushes supporting production processes (stain application, dust removal, satin finishing, deburring). Their simplicity and economy have earned them the trust of branches such as the woodworking industry, sewage treatment plants, agriculture and the pharmaceutical and food industries.