Sanderson MacLeod’s 100+ employees come to work every day committed to being the best twisted wire brush company in the world. That’s why so many major corporations have classified Sanderson MacLeod as “dock to stock” (eliminating incoming quality inspection) and named the company “Supplier of the Year.” Sanderson MacLeod works diligently to be not just your supplier but also your trusted partner in the development and sale of twisted wire brush products, saving you money through customized inventory management and large-volume discounts. Sanderson MacLeod makes you more competitive with design assistance for innovative new product development.
With our long history of invention, we constantly look for better ways to solve customer problems. That’s why, knowing the flaws of existing medical protective brush tips, we set out to find a better way.
Searching beyond the brush industry, we found our answer in materials joining engineering. With many rounds of research, trials and testing, we devised a new manufacturing process using high-energy fusion-welding technologies. The result? We can now melt a preconstructed core wire section of a twisted wire brush into a consistent, smooth and inseparable protective tip.
"Sanderson MacLeod's large-volume pricing discounts saved us a significant amount of money."
"Sanderson MacLeod's engineers helped us bring a superior product to market on time and below targeted costs."
"Sanderson MacLeod saved our on time delivery record with the Federal Government."
"The engineers at Sanderson MacLeod reviewed our product and identified costly and
unnecessary production steps that we didn't even know were part of the product to begin with."
"With Sanderson MacLeod's demand "pull" system, we have parts when we need them and
we've reduced inventory costs at the same time."
"Sanderson MacLeod is a "Dock to Stock" supplier for us. Their parts go right into our inventory
without needing inspection and validation. This saves us a lot of money."
On February 18, 2015 the Associated Press reported a ‘superbug’ outbreak in two Los Angeles hospitals. At least seven people – two of whom died – became infected with a potentially lethal, antibiotic-resistant bacteria strain after having endoscope related procedures. The Associated Press also reported that more than 170 patients were potentially exposed. At the […]