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Heavy-Duty Wire Brush is designed for pipe maintenance.

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February 26, 2014 - Featuring wire tips aligned to eliminate need for break in, Tornado high-strength, aggressive-wire brush removes slag, silicates, and oxidation on Schedule 100 and Schedule 120 steel pipe. This 7 in. dia, knot, stringer bead brush can penetrate into deep bevels and is suited for heavy-duty applications.

Osborn International, A Unit of Jason, Inc.

5401 Hamilton Ave., Cleveland, OH, 44114, USA

Original Press Release

Osborn Introduces High-Strength, Aggressive-Wire Tornado Brush

Press release date: February 1, 2014

New heavy-duty brush removes slag, silicates and oxidation on Schedule 100 and Schedule 120 steel pipe.

CLEVELAND – Osborn, the world’s leading supplier of industrial brushes, announces its new high-strength, aggressive-wire Tornado brush.

Suited for heavy-duty applications, the new Tornado brush removes slag, silicates and oxidation from Schedule 100 and Schedule 120 steel pipe. With a 7-inch diameter, the brush can penetrate into deep bevels and is the only 7-inch, knot, stringer bead brush available.

“Osborn set out to offer a brush for the toughest materials and accomplished that with this new Tornado aggressive-wire brush,” said Jeff Naymik, marketing manager at Osborn. “This unique brush features wire tips that are aligned to eliminate the need for break in.”

About Osborn
Osborn is the world’s leading supplier of surface treatment solutions and high-quality finishing tools for hundreds of industrial and commercial applications such as metal finishing, honing and surface polishing. Celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2012, Osborn now includes operations in 15 countries and serves customers in more than 100 countries. A unit of Jason Inc., Osborn carries more than 10,000 standard products and more than 100,000 customized solutions to serve a diverse group of customers and industries. For more information, visit osborn.com.

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