The American Brush Manufacturers Association is pleased to accept nominations for of the “ABMA William A. Cordes Innovation Excellence Award” which is to recognize outstanding innovation of manufactured products, components or services in the Broom, Brush, Mop and Roller Industry. The award is named after William A. Cordes, who served as the Association’s first President from 1917-1928. This award serves as a constant reminder that all new and exciting [ . . . ]
Archives for May 2019
Roth Composite Machinery offers the carousel transfer machine BFK2/E3-Tr with two filling tools for manufacturing high-quality brushes and brooms. With a tailor-made automation level, the BFK2/E3-Tr ensures maximum production reliability. The innovative machine design processes all necessary single components, such as filaments, brush bodies and staple wire to a finished brush on one machine. The Roth transfer machine with carousel design is available with 3, 4 or 5 axes. It has three carrousel stations, a trimming and cleaning device (optional with flagging unit) fitted by cartesian transfer as well as a feeding function via conveyor belt. Furthermore, the user-friendly machine is equipped with a labeling device and a branding iron and features automated ejection and transportation via the conveyor belt.
Removing all types of push-lock fittings is fast and easy with Quick-Release Pliers introduced by Clean-Fit Products, a division of The Mill-Rose Company.The Quick Release Pliers features a cushion-grip handle with spring action that facilitates a quick and secure grip on copper, PEX and CPVC tubing. Ideal for hard to access areas, Quick Release Pliers works on all types of 3/8”, 1/2” and 3/4” push-lock fittings and eliminates the need for hard-to-use, and often hard-to-find plastic disconnect clips.
Unimac s.r.l., a well-known company designing and producing lines for manufacturing metal handles and building machinery and automation to produce power brushes, is proud to introduce their new General Manager, Mr. Davide Ori. After the acquisition of Unimac by the Boucherie Borghi Group, this step represents a natural transition, due to the Mr. Vanes Villani’s retirement who states, “I am proud to hand over the baton to Davide, I am sure that he will lead Unimac towards a path of growth. It is the natural course of events to leave space for the new generation".