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Category: General

Product Characteristics of Square and Diamond Mesh

Joint Structure 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

Plastic Netting – Square, Diamond and Oriented

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

The Extrusion Process of Plastic Netting

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

Heavy-Walled Plastic Cores for High-Pressure Applications

Industrial 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”

PTFE Netting for Extreme Environments

Expanded 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

Plastic Netting 101

The 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

Replacing Metal with Plastic Mesh Yields Many Advantages

A hallmark of any successful manufacturing company is the constant pursuit of advantages and efficiencies in its processes and products. Buzzwords like “streamlining” or “continuous improvement” can sometimes be dismissed as business jargon, but meaningful changes that can favorably impact