Industrial Netting takes pride in its ability to create the best product for you. When it comes to Rigid Mesh Tubes and Protective Netting Sleeves, we have custom converting services available to convert these products into the shape, form or size required for your application needs.
Introducing our new Cannabis and Hemp processing mesh products!
Industrial Netting provides Food Grade Commercial Drying Netting for Cannabis / hemp growing systems for medicinal and recreational purposes. Our indoor grower support netting products for Marijuana are BPA free and fully comply with FDA regulations. Use these products for providing proper air circulation and light during the drying/curing process as a tray liner / shelf liner or as a Trellis Net. Plastic netting can be used for drying CBD hemp flower, Cannabis buds, or other herbs. Read more ›
Want to make your garden even more green? There are a number of different ways you can make your garden more environmentally friendly, whether it’s big or small and no matter what your level of experience, there is plenty that you can do to make a difference, and your local wildlife will certainly thank you for it! Read more ›
Role of Plastic Netting
The role of plastic netting in the filtration industry is not singular. The wide variety of filtration and separation systems and media results in a wide range of uses and functions for plastic netting. The major functions of plastic netting in filtration can broadly be categorized as 1). Facilitating the flow of fluids, 2). Supporting, 3). Protecting, 4). Reinforcing, and 5) Filtering. Read more ›
Although both diamond netting and square netting are extruded, the processes used to produce the products result in quite different product characteristics, which may be important in some applications. Diamond netting is produced with the strands in each direction overlaying each other. The joint structure of the product can be described as a strand over another strand. The overall thickness of the product will essentially be twice the thickness of each strand, although there may be some melding of the strands at the joint. Normally, the strands in each direction are produced uniformly, and the product looks the same from one side of the material as the other. This type of netting is marketed as “bi-planar”, as both sides are structurally the same, the strands forming a plane or channel along the net. Read more ›
Types of Plastic Netting
There are fundamentally two different kinds of plastic netting in terms of strand structure, diamond netting and square netting. Further, there are two different processes that result in distinct product characteristics; extruded (or cast) netting and oriented netting. Read more ›
The Extrusion Process
For those not familiar with extruded plastic netting, it’s perhaps best to begin by discussing what extruded plastic netting is not. It is not woven mesh. It is not perforated. It is not molded. Although all of these processes produce materials with holes, each process has its own nomenclature for defining what’s there (i.e. strands, joints, etc.) and what’s not there (holes). The same is true for the extrusion process.
The extrusion process is a continuous process, which involves Read more ›
AAMP’s annual convention is geared toward U.S., Canadian, and Foreign operators of small firms in the meat, poultry & food business: packers, processors, wholesalers, HRI, retailers, caterers, deli operators, home food service dealers, and catalog marketers. The convention will be held in Mobile, Alabama at the Arthur R. Outlaw Convention Center from July 25th through July 27th.
Industrial Netting will be at Booth #608 showcasing Read more ›
This years Cicada outbreak was located in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Here is an example of how Cicada netting from Industrial Netting was used by one of our customers!
Don’t let Cicadas destroy your trees and shrubs. You can protect young trees and shrubs with 1/4-inch mesh insect netting from Industrial 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!