A disk brush is a circular brush featuring tufts perpendicular to the base, though they can be designed with canted tufts for special applications. Disk brushes come in different types, sizes, designs, and materials and are used in many applications, including cleaning, polishing, finishing, moving materials, scrubbing, and pressure application. 

Cocker-Weber Brush Company has been a leader in industrial brushes since 1892. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality brushes for our customers in a wide range of industries. Our disk brushes can be fully tailored to your specific needs while prioritizing your budgetary requirements.

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Types of Disk Brushes

At Cocker-Weber, we manufacture a variety of high-quality brushes—including disk brushes—for customers across a diverse set of industries. Our brushes are highly customizable as they are available in a broad selection of sizes and with numerous brush base and fill material options. Our brush customization options include the following:

Disk Brush Base Material Options

The ideal base material for a disk brush depends heavily on the requirements and restrictions of the intended application. Our customers can pick from the following base materials:

  • Plastics, including acetyl, nylon, PVC, and UHMW
  • Hardwood
  • Rubber
  • Leather

Disk Brush Fill Material Options

Each disk brush production run also requires customers to select a fill material. The fill material options we offer include:

  • Synthetics: nylon, anti-static nylon, PVC, polyethylene, and styrene
  • Metals: brass, bronze, carbon steel, and stainless steel
  • Natural fibers: Chungking bristles, white boar’s bristles, Tampico, horsehair, goat hair, and other animal hairs

All of our brushes are produced to the highest standards and we specialize in natural fiber brushes. In addition, we also custom manufacture disk brushes to match various project requirements. Our brushes are available in diameters starting from 1/4 inch to 36 inches.

Disk Brush Dimensional Range Options

Our custom disk brushes can be manufactured to meet a variety of project requirements. They are available in thicknesses of 1 inch to 6 inches and diameters of 3/8 inch to 36 inches.

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Benefits &Industrial Applications of Disk Brushes

Disk brushes are used in applications that require consistent, direct contact with a flat surface. The circular design of the brush increases the actionable area as it rotates from the center toward the perimeter. 

We manufacture high-quality disk brushes used in different industrial applications. Some of the common applications of disk brushes include:


Cocker-Weber Brush Company: Your Custom Disk Brush Partner

Founded in 1892, Cocker-Weber began as a brush manufacturing facility that served the Philadelphia area. Over 125 years later, our company continues to be a leading producer and supplier of tufted industrial brushes. Leveraging both hand and machine manufacturing methods, we make brushes to the highest possible industry standards.

When it comes to manufacturing disk brushes, our top capabilities include:

  • Highly customizable: We produce and supply disk brushes in various sizes and materials. As such, we can help you customize according to the needs of your intended application.
  • Flexibility: Cocker-Weber has the knowledge, skill, and resources to meet a wide range of project requirements for different clients and applications.

By choosing us as their brush supplier, customers benefit from our:

  • Years of experience and success
  • Knowledgeable and skilled employees
  • Pride of ownership
  • Superior customer service

Our team strives to offer customers innovative and high-quality products that meet their needs and budget. While doing so, we also seek to optimize brushmaking operations and implement environmentally friendly practices. If you’re interested in learning more about our custom brush offerings or placing an order, request a free quote today. A member of our capable staff will be happy to speak with you and assess your organization’s unique and individualized needs.