brush holder

brush holder

[′brəsh ‚hōl·dər]
(electricity)
A structure in which a brush can slide in a direction perpendicular to the moving surface of a motor, generator, or other device.
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The broken solder joint created enough heat from high resistance to discolor the brush holder and anneal the brush spring.
The HANDy Paint Tray holds up to one gallon of paint and also features a magnetic brush holder that allows painters to keep a brush nearby at all times, without having to keep it in the paint.
Gordon Murray didn't think the ceramic wr it ing brush holder was worth much and reckoned he'd be lucky to get pounds 400 for it.
Item Qty Brush, right hand (red) 1 Brush, left hand (black) 1 Brush spring 2 Brush holder assembly 2 Hex socket head screw (#6, 32 x 7/16") 2 Internal star washer (#6) 2 Hex wrench (7/16") 1 Instruction sheet 1
Measuring 15-1/2 inches x 9 inches when fully open, the outer bag showcases a protected brush holder and a zippered mesh compartment.
Then you can add baby wipes, toilet paper, a brush holder, business cards, a sample book and a tip jar.
But Maxwell, 24, argued that he'd cleaned the brush holder first, saying: "You clean chickens, I clean toilet brushes.
The product comprises a toilet brush, an aerosol can of foaming toilet bowl cleaner and a brush holder, all in one.
Helwig Carbon changed the OEM design and used a constant-force spring, in addition to newly designed carbon slip rings and a bank-of-two brush holder.
FOR A COUNTRY BATHROOM - Solid beech and chrome toilet roll holder (pounds 15) and toilet brush holder (pounds 30) bring modern designer rustic chic back down-to-earth.
Particular favourites include a Clown Toilet Brush Holder and Brush (only $11.
AN EXTENSION POLE with brush holder attachment ($20) lets you reach high spots quickly with your paint brush, without having to set up your ladder.