The soUNIQ Company also specialises in manufacturing strip brushes. Thanks to our market knowledge as well as many years of experience, we are able to manufacture brush strips of any size. This is the most basic form of brushes – a filling material which is fixed into a steel frame. Of course this form, like the whole brush industry, is still evolving and adapting to the expectations of its users. Over the years the market has brought a demand for new shapes, new holders, which strip brushes are mounted into. That can change it for example into cylindrical brushes.

We will try to introduce you to the variety of applications and production possibilities of soUNIQ.



A strip brush consists of three elements: filling material, holder (which can be seen in the picture) and a wire on which the filling material is wrapped.


A – binding width,
B – binding height,
H – filling material height,
G – total brush height

Binding – is usually made of galvanized structural steel, which allows for a fairly flexible and stable bend, even with small sizes. Profiles made of stainless steel, due to their much greater hardness are more difficult to bend precisely, resulting in fewer possibilities for the smallest dimensions.

Filling – the simplicity of construction allows for the use of virtually any type of filling. The only limitation is the diameter, which in case of larger sizes may cause production problems in applying it in the frame. The most commonly used filling materials are all kinds of plastics, steel wires or natural materials.

Structural wire – invisible in the cover, it is usually made of steel.


A [ mm] B [ mm] H [ mm]
Type 1 1,8 2,1 4-60
Type 2 2,5 3,0 4-80
Type 3 3,0 3,3 5-80
Type 4 3,4 4,3 6-80
Type 5 4,8 4,8 6-100
Type 6 8,5 9,5 10-500
Type 7 12,0 11,0 30-500
Type 8 13,5 15,0 30-500

Division of band brushes according to the holder size - (popular)standard types


Strip brushes are mainly used as an insert for various profiles. They also occur in their natural form as seals in various spaces, as parts of roller brushes.

Strip brushes which are further processed, e.g. by twisting, take on a completely different shape. In this case, we usually refer to inward or outward-filling strip brushes. Please refer to the following pages for more information on this subject – Ring brushes, spiral brushes with inner and outer filling.