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ABRASIVES: COnES, MOPS & WHEELS


They are very popular and used to clean up or for texturing various types of metals.


The fine grade of wire gives a smooth shiny finish.


When using these fine brass wire wheels you should use soap or a detergent with water as a lubricant otherwise a dull layer of brass will be deposited on your metal particularly on silver.


The brass wires of the brush can penetrate deep recesses still giving an equal finish to a flat surface, without disrupting the shape of the piece; producing a brilliant finish with very little effort.


Brass brushes will not damage your pieces. Code


Description P1292M Ø21mm (Brass) Coarse Price breaks available, see website


Brass Wheels (Metal cleaning / texturing)


UOM Price EACH


BRISTLE, INCLUDING MOUNTED


• Cup bristle brushes are recommended for many types of metals; gold, silver, platinum, copper, brass etc.


• Perfect to reach into any deep crevice or bowl shape • Bristles are excellent to get into grooves, slits or uneven surfaces


• Precision made excellent quality • Ø13mm x 10mm • Ø2.35mm shank • Made in Britain


Uses: • P31638 - Final finish, use with compound P34668 • P31639 - Semi finish, use with compound P3655 • P1294M - Semi finish, use with compound P1388


£0.65


• Black Bristle • White Bristle • Black Bristle with Calico Interleave • White Bristle with Scotch Brite interleave • Grey / White Horse Hair • White Goat Hair


Bristle Wheels are very popular in the polishing industry some of the usages are: • excellent for polishing/brightening over stone setting like fine pave work, channel settings, rub over/bezel settings etc


• you will find that the bristles will get in- between the stone setting hence added brightness to the setting


• use before rhodiummmm finishing; you will notice an enhanced brighter finish


Brass Brush Wheels:


• Are very popular for Jewellers, Silversmiths, Clock Makers/Repairers, Light Engineers, Model Makers and for arts and crafts


• Brass brushes are recommended for soft metals such as gold, silver, brass and bronze


• Very economical and efficient method for batch work • Chains can be cleaned safely, easily for getting into awkward areas


• Perfect for antique silverware and medal renovation


Cousins Brass Wheels’ wires are made from 100% brass. They are very popular and used to clean up or for texturing various types of metals.


The fine grade of wire gives a smooth shiny finish.


When using these fine brass wire brushes you should use soap or a detergent with water as a lubricant otherwise a dull layer of brass will be deposited on your metal particularly on silver.


The bristles of the wheel can penetrate deep recesses still giving an equal finish to a flat surface, without disrupting the shape of the piece; producing a brilliant finish with very little effort.


Brass brushes will not damage your pieces. Cousins supply a perfect Scratch Brush machine, (S8597) to use with these brushes.


Code


P40238 S32209 P33351 P40239 P19591 P19592


Description Ø48mm, Fine


Ø51mm Fine, Hatho Gemany Ø65mm Fine, Metal Hub Ø90mm, Fine Ø100mm Fine Ø125mm Fine


UOM Price EACH


EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website


£1.25 £2.95 £2.75 £4.50 £3.35 £3.45


Recommended compounds: • P1388 Dialux Rouge • P7809 Platinum Final Finish Polinum Polishing Compound


• P19467 Titanium & Stainless Steel Specialist Polinoxx Polishing Compound


• P1390 Steelbrite Final Finish Compound


The stiffness of each brush is determined by the number of rows (the more the stiffer), bristle length (the shorter the stiffer), and style (converging will be stiffer then straight).


Mini Cups


• very good to get into grooves and shapes • available in various grades to handle delicate or harsher work for finishing


• bristle wheels can be used on gold, silver, platinum, palladium, copper, brass, plastics, aluminium, pewter, tin, steel, and wood


• Max 2,000 - 2,800 r.p.m. • Made in UK


The Bristle Wheels have very good wear and last longer when in use, very economical for batch work; used with the right bar of compounds you can get a high standard, bright finish.


• P1293M- Semi finish, use with compound P1394 Code


Description


P31638 P31639


Soft (White) Goat Hair Cup Medium (White) Nylon Cup


P1294M Medium (Black) Bristle Cup P1293M Stiff (White) Bristle Cup


EACH EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website Mini nylon Wheels


Cousins UK - UK Made Traditional wheel nylon brushes are perfect for cleaning plastics and prosthetics.


• Perfect to reach around grooves, indentations or over flat surfaces


• Bristles are excellent to get into grooves, slits or uneven surfaces


• Precision made excellent quality • Ø21mm • Mounted on a Ø2.35mm shank • Max 10,000rpm • Use with compound P3659 for a final finish • Made in Britain


Code P31644 Description Ø21mm (White Nylon) Mounted


UOM Price £0.55


EACH Price breaks available, see website Mini Pencils


UOM Price EACH


£0.95 £0.78 £0.63 £0.78


Cousins UK - UK Made


Traditional pencil bristle brushes have been an ideal manufactures’ choice for many generations.


• Pencil bristle brushes are recommended for many types of metals; gold, silver, platinum, copper, brass etc.


• Perfect to reach into any deep crevice or hole • Bristles are excellent to get into grooves, slits or uneven surfaces


• Precision made excellent quality • Ø5mm x 12mm • Made in Britain


Uses: • P1298M - Semi finish, use with P1388 • P1297M- Semi finish, use with compound P1394


Cousins UK - UK Made


Traditional cup bristle brushes have been an ideal manufactures’ choice for many generations.


Code Description


P1298M Medium (Black) Bristle P1297M Stiff (White) Bristle


UOM Price EACH


EACH Price breaks available, see website


£0.55 £0.55


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