• Celebrating 35 Years!

    Industrial Netting has reached its 35th anniversary!  The company was founded in 1981 as InterNet Inc.  In 1999, InterNet Inc. was purchased by Frandsen Corporation and in 2007 the name of the company was changed to “Industrial Netting” to better reflect the core business.

    In the ensuing years, the company has fulfilled its obligation to customers by providing custom converting and distribution for specialty netting and mesh products.  The motto of “Custom Convert & Ship within 24 Hours” definitely stands true to what Industrial Netting represents and to what it has accomplished over the years. Continue reading

  • Cicadas Are Coming!

    CicadaDon't let Cicadas destroy your trees and shrubs. Brood V emerges from its 17-year gestation this spring. And the nymphs will be hungry. You can protect young trees and shrubs with 1/4-inch mesh insect netting.

    Cicadas spend their brief life eating and mating. Females cut slits in small branches of deciduous trees laying up to a dozen eggs in each and causing the branch to die. A single female produces up to 600 eggs

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  • Heavy-Walled Plastic Cores for High-Pressure Applications

    Mesh Cores & Cages for Filter ElementsIndustrial Netting produces extruded polypropylene tubes that are typically used as center core supports or outer cages for cartridge filters. We have nearly 100 configurations of diameter, wall thickness and open area, including several options with thicknesses greater than 0.20” for high-pressure environments.

    Most cores are made from polypropylene resin that complies with FDA regulations for food contact. Polypropylene also holds excellent chemical and temperature resistance, so it works well in most any air, liquid or gas separation and filtration application.

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    Next week (Feb 22-26) kicks off Aquaculture 2016 at the Paris Hotel & Convention Center is Las Vegas!  Are you ready?

    This event is the largest aquaculture show in the world with over 4000 attendees and 200 exhibitors. Only at this show will you learn about the latest in Aquaculture, see the newest in technology and have a great time, too!  Industrial Netting will be in booth 427 and we would love to meet with you personally to discuss your Aquaculture netting needs.  We will have hand samples of our Cage Netting products along with samples of our Predator Netting.

    The Treasure Hunt this year is for a complimentary trip to San Antonio for the 2017 Aquaculture show.  Stop by our booth to have your card stamped!

  • PTFE Netting for Extreme Environments

    ET8900Expanded PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) mesh is an excellent option for environments where other resins will fail. Whether facing extreme temperatures or highly caustic applications, PTFE provides superb chemical and temperature resistance.  Among the many advantages PTFE can provide are:

    • Suitable for use from -100°C (-148°F) up to 260°C (500°F)
    • Excellent chemical and solvent resistance
    • Non-toxic and inherently UV stable (UV radiation passes straight through causing no interactions).
    • Low-friction, high anti-adhesiveness
    • High dielectric properties
    • Made from resin that complies with FDA regulations for food contact

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  • “GREEN” Bin Liners/Parts Separators

    Are you still using cardboard as your solution to lining bins or separating parts during your production process?  That material is absorbent so before you know it it is looking greasy and probably feeling very soft and unprotective.


    Industrial Netting has a solution – plastic netting!  The open mesh construction allows air and fluids to flow freely.  As an added bonus – the material is washable and reusable!


    Many companies use this type of “green” netting for bin liners, tote liners, basket dividers and pallet liners.  By allowing fluids to flow freely it is also ideally suited for applications that require dipping or washing.

  • Protecting Your People ... And Your Wallet

    Protect Your People . . . MODEX SeminarProtecting your most important assets from costly injuries and damage should be a priority for warehouse and distribution facilities managers everywhere. But identifying those risks then finding the most suitable protection isn't as easy as it sounds.

    The Protective Guarding Manufacturers Association (ProGMA) can help. That MHI-sponsored group of fixed guarding manufacturers has created a Protective Guarding Checklist to help facility managers identify common hazards and solutions where guarding is needed.

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  • Plastic Containment Netting for Tow Operators Offers Easy-to-Use Solution for Safety Regulation Compliance

    Plastic Safety NettingTowing services and tow truck operators (as well as scrap metal dealers, auto crushers and recyclers, metal shredders, salvage yards and many others) are required to comply with Cargo Containment Regulation FMCSR 393.132 from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, which calls for the prevention of loose parts falling from damaged or wrecked automobiles during transport. Car-Go-Net® containment netting from Industrial Netting is ideally suited to comply with these requirements, reducing the risk of road hazards caused by falling debris.

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  • New Year, New Safety

    Have you ever taken a look around your warehouse facility?  Specifically the areas where your employees work or the traffic areas they walk in?  Are the products that you store secure in your racks?  Are your fork truck drivers able to safely place and remove product without causing it to go off the back side of the racks?

    rackprodRackGuard Safety Netting from Industrial Netting can help you protect your people and your products by forming a durable, vertical wall to contain the boxes, pallets and other products stored in your racking systems.

    The integral joint structure of this mesh creates a barrier that will not sag or stretch; it will not unravel if a strand is cut.  It is an economical way for you to improve safety, prevent falls between back-to-back racks and protect traffic areas and workstations.

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  • Plastic Netting 101

    Square MeshThe Extrusion Process

    Extrusion is a continuous process, in which plastic resin pellets are melted and pushed through a die in "meat-grinder" fashion.   Strands are formed as resin exits the die.  The hot matrix is then drawn over a mandrel and into a water bath to cool the netting.

    Types of Plastic Netting

    There are fundamentally two different kinds of extruded plastic netting differentiated by strand structure and the hole configuration formed by those strands: diamond netting and square netting.  Each is created through unique processes that result in distinct product characteristics.   Both types of products are produced in a wide range of configurations, ranging from fine "filtration-grade" netting that would resemble a woven product, to more course extrusion typical of plastic construction fence.

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