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BRUSHES Scratch Brush, Narrow, Cousins


• Pen Type Ø7mm • 2mm Nib • 5cm Long • Refills = B0224


Same applications as larger brushes but for use on smaller and less accessible areas.


Code B0223 Description Fibreglass Scratch Brush, Narrow


Scratch Brush, Narrow Refills, Cousins


UOM Price EACH


£5.25


embedded filings far more effectively than an ordinary wire brush.


• 2 brushes • Hand brush & card brush • Plastic handles • High quality • Faithful tools


Size and weight: • Card brush: 230mm overall length


• Hand brush: 205mm overall length Code


B49982


Description File Brush Kit


UOM Price PACK*2


CLOCK SPECIFIC BEAT SETTING


Beat Setting (Clock) Tool, Horolovar £5.90


STEEL BRUSHES Medium Steel Cleaning Brush


• 12 pieces • Ø2mm


• Narrow Pen Type Code


B0224 Description UOM Price Glass Scratch Brush Refills Ø2.0mm PACK*12 £7.75 Scratch Brush, Roped


• Crimped medium firm • 14cm long overall


Code B9635 Description


Steel Cleaning Brush Crimped Medium Firm


Hard Steel Cleaning Brush BUSHING TOOLS A*F Swiss “Screw In” Bushing Tool


• 4 Row • Firm Tines • 31cm long overall


These 180mm long brushes are for use on larger areas. To expose more fibres, simply pull back the string. We recommend that you use insulation tape around the brush to avoid getting fibre glass splinters.


• Various diameters available. Code


Description B0228


B36962 B50529 B50530


Ø10mm Glass Fibre Scratch Brush Ø17mm Glass Fibre Scratch Brush


UOM Price EACH


EACH


Ø20mm Glass Fibre Scratch Brush EACH Ø25mm Glass Fibre Scratch Brush EACH


Code B9634 Description UOM Price Steel Wire Brush 4 Row Firm Tines EACH Steel Scratch Brush Refills


£6.95 £7.95 £8.95 £9.95


• Pack*10 • Popular Pen Type • 40mm Long x 4.3mm Neck • Standard Type


FILE CLEANING BRUSH File Cleaning Brush


• AF Switzerland 17920.75 • Complete tool with assortment of 75 bushings (B19469)


• Used for bushing clock main plates without dismantling the movement


Code B41138 Description Steel Scratch Brush Refills


UOM Price PACK*10 £2.90


Supplied in the pack: • (G) Frame and carriage - No. 17920G • (P) Pointer - No. 17920P • (F) Cutter - No. 17920F Ø4.50mm • (T) Tap - No. 17920T • (C) Bushing Key - No. 17920C • (PB) Bushing Holder - No. 17920PB • (M) Handle - No. 17920M


Instructions:


Aprons (Denim or Suede)


See Page 1003 Used for cleaning metal and wooden files, removes


1. Loosen the carriage (G) so that it moves freely on the guide rails of the tool. Fit the tool to the edges of the clock main plate without clamping tightly.


2. Insert the pointer (P) in the brass guide hole (H) on the carriage and position the tip exactly over the wheel pivot by moving the carriage and the tool. (Fig 2)


3. Fix the carriage by tightening the screw and firmly clamp the complete tool to the edges of the main plate.


4. Remove the pointer and lubricate the guide hole. 694 COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER £3.30 UOM Price EACH £5.90


This becomes simple, quick, accurate and permanent, moreover it can be used on any model 400 day clock suspension saddle, old or new.


This precision tool is expressly designed to make the day to day life of a clock repairer easier and more


profitable. Code


T5058 Description Horolovar Beat Setting Tool


UOM Price EACH £17.45


• For 400 day anniversary clocks


With this tool, the final and most important operation in a 400 day clock repair, is putting the pendulum in beat.


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