Industrial Netting Announces the Addition of Aperture Films and Woven Mesh Fabrics
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7681 Setzler Pkwy. N.
Minneapolis, MN, 55445
Press release date: January 19, 2010
Minneapolis, MN - Industrial Netting announces the addition of aperture films and woven mesh fabrics to its line of ultrasonically welded and laminated product offerings. These films and fabrics offer finer openings than traditional extruded nets. These unique meshes can be wrapped and ultrasonically welded to the outer surface of rigid mesh tubes to combine the structural support of extruded tubes with the expanded functional range of these fine mesh films and fabrics.
These new offerings build on the line of welded and fabricated tubes introduced by Industrial Netting at the Filtration 2007 conference at Chicago's Navy Pier. At that conference, Industrial Netting showcased both extruded nettings and non-woven fabrics, wrapped and welded to the outer surface of their rigid mesh tubes. Today these fabricated tubes enjoy widespread use in a variety of filtration and pest control applications. The introduction of aperture films and woven fabrics broadens customer choices for tube overwraps.
Industrial Netting was founded as InterNet, Inc. in 1981. The company produces a wide range of plastic netting products used in filtration, material handling, construction, agricultural, and industrial applications. The name was changed in October 2007 to more clearly reflect the company's mission.
For additional information on Industrial Netting's custom fabrication capabilities contact:
Sheila Katusky or Karen Slater
firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-328-8456