Monthly Archives: August 2014

  • High Temperature Netting

    Minneapolis, MN  -  Industrial Netting has broadened its offering of nettings suitable for high temperatures with the addition of Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT) mesh. These new extruded meshes join an array of Nylon, Polyester and Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) products.

    Polypropylene netting remains the most cost effective choice for ambient temperature applications but the heat deflection temperature occurs at just 90°C (194°F). Polypropylene softens at 152°C (305°F) and melts at 161°C (323°F).

    PBT and Nylon meshes boast significantly higher heat deflection temperatures; 154°C (310°F) and 175°C (347°F) respectively. PTFE mesh is suitable for continuous use temperatures up to 260°C (500°F). PTEF meshes also have very low friction, are certified to meet FDA regulations for food contact, and can be used in many highly caustic applications.

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  • Scrap Metal Transportation Netting

    Plastic Safety NettingLocator Magazine – March, 2011:  The United States Department of Transportation changed safety rules for transporting cargo nearly a decade ago in 2002. The rules affected how Industrial Netting - a company that manufactured nets for a variety of unique industrial applications - did business.

    The new rule, which was updated again in 2006, specified that "Vehicles used to transport flattened or crushed vehicles must be equipped to prevent loose parts from falling from all four sides of a vehicle . . .

    To read the full article on transportation safety netting

  • MHEDA Journal features RackGuard

    MHEDA Journal article on safety nettingSecond Quarter, 2011 - Industrial Netting and it's RackGuard Pallet Rack Safety Netting was featured in the MHEDA Journal.

    Industrial Netting celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2011, a milestone that David Brentz, vice president of sales and marketing, attributes primarily to excellent customer service and a strong distribution channel.

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  • Woven Mesh Industrial Fabrics Press Release

    Woven Mesh Industrial FabricsMinneapolis, MN - Industrial Netting announces the addition of woven mesh industrial textiles to its product offering. These woven fabrics offer finer openings than traditional extruded nets and expand material choices available to customers.

    Woven mesh fabrics are available in a broad variety of monofilament synthetic fibers or yarns, including nylon, polypropylene, and polyester. Weft or filling threads run across the width of the fabric at tight angles to the warp (machine direction yarn) to create square mesh openings.


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