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10/13/2017

Stringer Bead Boosts Metal Removal in Weld Cleanup

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Osborn’s TufBrush 4" stringer bead is designed for improved metal removal in weld cleanup applications including root and hot pass, surface preparation, pipe joining, and others.

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Osborn/JacksonLea’s TufBrush 4" stringer bead is designed for improved metal removal in weld cleanup applications including root and hot pass, surface preparation, pipe joining, and others. Made from carbon steel material, the stringer bead also is designed to last longer than other brushes, which reduces the number of brush changes and increases efficiency, the company says. It primarily is used with a 5/8", 11 rolled thread.

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