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# 138648 12-Jan-2014 11:27
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Carbon brushes for Tellus/Nilfisk GSD/GS80/GS90

I'm looking for carbon brushes for a Tellus/Nilfisk GSD. They are obsolete but a euro website helpfully gives the size as 10mm x 5mm x 33mm, and I'll need sprung ones.

I see no need to replace the whole brush holder assembly it is in very good condition. I would not say no if there was a cheap one around but it is probably not needed.

Pic of the brush holder anyway : )



Also while searching I found this nostalgia item ; )


(GS80 looks more or less the same).

The one I expected to see there was the early 80's earworm "TELLUS when you REALLY want to clean your floors!" but that hasn't made it to youtube yet.

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  # 965378 12-Jan-2014 11:51
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there is a place in Auckland that make carbon brushes to suit, Can't think of the name of the place off the top of my head, but have used then in the past for a few work jobs, but it has been a while

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  # 965382 12-Jan-2014 11:56
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gregmcc: there is a place in Auckland that make carbon brushes to suit, Can't think of the name of the place off the top of my head, but have used then in the past for a few work jobs, but it has been a while


try carbontech I recall using them a few years back and they were quite good




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  # 965996 13-Jan-2014 11:06
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You can still buy them apparently

http://www.godfreys.co.nz/commercial-vacuum-cleaners/nilfisk-gd1010

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  # 966011 13-Jan-2014 11:20
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Ya, different motor in that one.

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