Josco Small Hot Bench Brush

I/N: 6110646
$10.90
Price correct as at Fri 20 Sep 2019 1:52:51am
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Product Description

The Josco Hot Bench Brush is naturally heat and chemical resistant, and these features make it ideal for cleaning up hot areas such as welding stations, furnaces, BBQs and wood fire ovens. The Java fibres and wood handles are sustainably sourced and the brush carries the FSC watermark to indicate ethically sourced material.

The brush is cinder resistant with a flashpoint of 200°C and heat resistant to 150°C.

  • Naturally heat and chemical resistant
  • Cinder resistant with a flashpoint of 200°C
  • Heat resistant to 150°C
  • Great for welding stations and furnaces
  • Great for cleaning up embers around the BBQ and Woodfire oven

Product Details

Model Name
Josco Hot Bench Brush - Small
Model Number
JHBHBS
Material
Wood and Java fibre
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:20 H:100 L:240
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:24 H:77 L:240
Weight
0.07kg
Bristle Material
Java
Handle Material
Wood
Hammer Head
No
Handle length (mm)
120
Head Shape
Teardrop
Number of Tufts
26

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