Perforated Metal Products - Hendrick Manufacturing Company

Hendrick Manufacturing Company, Founded in 1876 in Carbondale, Pennsylvania, by Entrepreneur and Innovator Eli Hendrick, was established to manufacture filtering devices that could grade and separate raw materials (feedstock) for the fledgling oil and coal industries. His invention, perforated metal screens, funded in part by products that he sold to Standard Oil Company, and subsequently secured by U. S. Patent, used multiple punches and dies to simultaneously punch holes in sheet metal.

His seminal design served as the pilot for the modern All-Across Perforating Press and birthed an industry which cooks your food; drys your clothes; cools and heats your home; safeguards you against slips and falls; protects your computer against thermal overload; purifies the air you breathe; cleans the water you drink; mitigates or eliminates potentially damaging noise; enhances music while you read; separates, washes, and drys the agricultural products that feed the world; and grades much of the energy that drives the world’s industrial engines.

Continually, new uses for perforated metals, perforated plastics, and perforated paper are engineered into products to improve the Quality of Life and Hendrick Manufacturing Company Is Ready And Proud to Provide Cutting Edge Metal Solutions.  The People of Hendrick Manufacturing Company Daily Perpetuate the Vision of Their Founder.

The Best Lead Times In The Industry

Hendrick manufactures perforated product 7 days each week, 24 hours every day, to ensure the most prompt, reliable deliveries in the Industry, allowing its valued Customers to maintain leaner inventories and thereby reduce or eliminate unnecessary money-draining handling and storage, preserve capital, maximize the productivity of their personnel, minimize damage and waste, and more deliberately schedule shipments from other vendors.

Unsurpassed Customer Service

Hendrick ‘s Estimators and Inside Sales Representatives work closely with Customer ‘ s Purchasing Managers to quickly process Quote Requests and Return a formal Acknowledgment  (normally within hours); where Shop Drawings are required, Hendrick ‘s Inside Sales Department characteristically turns them around within 24-48 hours after receipt of Customer ‘ s prints. I have been told by a number of Customers that they had over cautiously factored in a turn-around time no better than 2-3 weeks to receive Shop Drawings and were most favorably surprised that Hendrick could react so quickly. In many cases the expeditious handling of Drawings won the order for our Customer and allowed Hendrick to satisfy their perforated requirement. Please call Hendrick. Hendrick will deliver timely, time after time.

In-House Tooling And Engineering

Hendrick Manufacturing Company designs and makes its own tooling. This allows for In-house Quality Control; more rapid”Tooling-up”and faster delivery of prototype and production pieces; better Cost Management ; and exponential growth of manufacturing expertise at Hendrick. Engineers and Production Managers are available to carry Hendrick ‘s knowledge and experience to their Customers and do, routinely, assist their Customers with the design, refinement, or even reverse engineering of their Customer s ‘ products.

Hendrick ‘s personnel often play an integral part collaborating with outside sources of value-added services such as heat-treating, painting, plating, anodizing, etc. Customers are encouraged to bring their problems to Hendrick. Customer visits to Hendrick ‘s plant are heartily welcomed and encouraged

Solid, Long Term Customer Relations

Regional Salesmen; a well-traveled, knowledgeable National Sales Manager; responsive Customer Service Representatives — (just wait until you have the pleasure of working with Kate) — supported by a battery of engineers, designers, estimators, purchasing staff, a fully operational In-house tool room; traffic department; production managers and well-trained and committed shop personnel); and a national network of Outside Sales Representatives work in cooperation with each other to make certain that Hendrick ‘s Customers are promptly attended to and that Hendrick Manufacturing is the Perforator upon whom You can depend.

“Round And Round” and Much, Much More…

Hendrick Manufacturing Company, “The First Perforator”, maintains Tooling for Thousands of Hole Patterns. In-house tooling can usually satisfy your mechanical requirements even if Hendrick does not have the exact hole pattern that your design initially specifies. By varying the size and orientation of blank areas, the center to center distance between holes, hole size, hole shape, pattern or configuration of the holes (Straight, Staggered, etc.), size and location of margins, and other dynamics of layout (such as different sized holes and different shapes of holes within the same sheet), Hendrick can offer virtually unlimited “Open Area ” possibilities. Please consult with your Customer Service Representative to help you determine the Open Area Percentage which will best satisfy your mechanical requirement.

Round Holes

Straight Line/Offset With a 45 Degree Stagger/Offset With a 60 Degree Stagger (the strongest, most available, most utilized and most economical hole configuration).  According to The Industrial Perforators Association (IPA), round holes ranging from.020″to 6″and over account for 80% of perforated production.

Round Hole - Straight

Round Hole – Straight

Round Hole - 45º Stagger

Formula for Determining Percentage Open Area Should be Modified by Replacing the Number  78.54  in the Numerator with the Number 157.o8

Round Hole - 60 Degree Stagger

Round Hole – 60º Stagger

Slotted Holes

Straight Line/Side (by side offset) Stagger/End (to end offset) Stagger/Slotted Hole with Square Corners. Slotted perforations are particularly well suited to grading and sizing solid objects, for example, ball bearings; a single dimension of the object to be”graded”determines the depth of the slot. Through-put is determined by the width of the slot.

Slot Straight

Slot Straight

Slot Side Stagger

Slot Side Stagger

Slot End Stagger

Slot End Stagger

Slot Hole Straight

Slot Hole Straight

Slot Hole Side Stagger

Slot Hole Side Stagger

Slot Hole Square Corners Rectangular

Slot Hole Square Corners Rectangular

Square Holes

Stagger/Straight

Square Hole Patterns offer a maximum open area with good visibility and good though put, but are weaker than the round hole patterns and are generally more expensive.

Square Hole Stagger

Square Hole Stagger

Square Hole Straight

Square Hole Straight

Hexagonal Hole

Hexagonal

Hexagonal

Other Less Common Hole Shapes

Ellipse, Oblong, Trapezoid, Louver, Collared, Dimpled, Indented

Louver

Louver

Collared

Collared

Dimple

Dimple

Non – Standard Architectural Hole Shapes

Cloverleaf / Grecian / Mini Cane / Round Cane and Octagonal Cane / Other…
Please discuss your particular varietal with Hendrick ‘s Inside Sales Professional

Cloverleaf

Cloverleaf

Grecian

Grecian

Minicane

Minicane

Octagonal Cane

Octagonal Cane

Round Cane

Round Cane

Unique, Custom Cut Laser Patterns

Custom Cut Laser Products

Custom Cut Laser Products

Hendrick Architectural Division can Laser Cut Specialty Designs, such as Custom Signage and Your Company Logo and work in partnership with your Architects to blend Art with Function to create”Metal Art”for almost any Venue. The Laser does not require an extensive inventory of tooling and offers much greater flexibility of design. It also may allow the use of materials not commonly perforated by the All-Across Press or Turret Press, such as plastics and rubber. It offers greater clarity of image-based perforations because the variety and size of perforations are virtually limitless. The Laser can process material with almost no scratches or marks and is best suited for one-offs and unique designs and prototypes.

Hendrick may be a particularly good resource for the Architect because Hendrick has created a Division dedicated solely for Architectural applications and has at its disposal all the expertise and capital equipment necessary to produce the full array of perforated products: All-Across (MP) Presses, CNC  ( Computer Numerical Control ) Turret Presses, and Laser.

Please utilize the following guidelines when choosing a material type and thickness for Custom Laser Projects.

Material Thickness Type/Grade
Aluminum .020 – .187 3003,5052
Stainless Steel .020 – .250 304,316,430
Carbon Steel .020 – .375 1006,1008,1010
Polycarbonate .020 – .375 Lexan (Trade Name)

Please Discuss Your Requirement With One of Hendrick ‘ s Architectural Specialists

An Abundance of Materials

Modern Man requires a wealth of products made from many diverse materials. From light weight aluminum and titanium used in Transcontinental aircraft; to corrosion-resistant stainless steels used in medical devices which remain inert despite contact with body fluids; to tough, impact and wear-resistant High Strength, Low Alloy (HSLA) carbon steels which withstand the harsh pounding and abrasion of rock and ore against metal to yield gold for wedding bands and watch bands; to kitchen appliances which cook a meal in minutes; to the washer and dryer which have replaced the washtub and clothes line; to airbags, filters, door panels, exhaust systems, speakers, and batteries in futuristic vehicles; to the super alloys, carbon fibers, and nano particles being dreamed up in clandestine research labs and in engineering departments at storied universities the world over. And Perforated Products Will Help to Fill the World’s Insatiable Hunger for Innovation.

Hendrick Manufacturing Perforates:

  • Cold Roll Steel
  • Hot Roll, Pickled and Oiled Steel (HRPO)
  • High Strength, Low Alloy Steel (HSLA)
  • Weathering Steel
  • Galvanized Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Galvalume ( R )
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Copper-Nickel
  • Titanium
  • Certain Exotic Metals
  • Powder Coated and Painted Metals
  • Assorted Plastics
  • Some Paper Products

One Caveat regarding the Hardness of material to be perforated: The IPA recommends that hardness be kept below 80 Rb (Rockwell B).

Tolerances for Heat Treated material to be perforated, for Full Through Hardness, should be kept within the range of +/- 20 Brinell, total, for Commercial Quality AND +/- 15 Brinell, total, for Superior Quality.

When harder, more abrasion-resistant materials are required (for example, to size and grade aggregate) Hendrick can perforate heavy gauge sheet or plate for your job, then send your material locally to one of its longtime suppliers for subsequent heat treatment. Heat Treatment can offer a harder outer surface and a softer, more ductile core. Other treatments, such as carbonitriding, may further increase surface hardness.

Heat treated perforated metal plates, positioned one above another, with offsetting hole patterns to prevent”pass through“, and separated by intervening layers of filler material, may prove to be a lighter weight, more shock-absorbent option than thicker, single layer, non-perforated plate when used as armor plating.

As another option which is gaining popularity in the mining and aggregate industries, Hendrick can furnish perforated plate with a shock resistant/sound reducing perforated Rubber Mat overlay.

Please take notice of the above comments regarding Material Hardness and Heat Treated Through Hardness when perforating harder materials and heat treated materials.

Please discuss your material requirements with Hendrick ‘s Customer Service Representatives — They will be pleased to accommodate your needs.

“Through Thick and Thin”

Hendrick can perforate Plate up to 3/4″thick; Sheet; Strip; and Foil.

Widths to 60″can be perforated on Hendrick’s All-Across Presses.

It is possible that widths exceeding 60″may be accommodated through other means of production. Please Ask.

Hendrick can perforate material in strip, sheet or coil up to 20, 000# and can perforate and process coil to coil.

Hendrick can also supply perforated”Blanks”or even,”Finished”pre-formed and welded parts, including perforated cylinders made from plate.

Please Ask Your Customer Service Representative for Specifics; there may be limitations dependent upon type of metal and tooling.

Please note that the smallest”hole”possible to perforate may vary with the type of material and thickness. A General Rule of Thumb to be considered is that the hole diameter should not be less than the thickness of the material. The closer the  1 : 1  relationship is approached, the higher the probability of tool failure, the greater the press tonnage needed, and the more numerous the precautions needed to guard against failure. For stainless steels and other higher strength materials, it is advisable to drop at least one additional thickness gauge thinner than hole diameter.

These factors can increase the cost of production.

One Size Does Not Fit All – Many Different Hole Sizes/Shapes Are Available to Offer Varying Open Area Percentages

Hole Sizes for Round Holes are offered from.020″in Diameter, to 6″in Diameter.

Tooling is available to offer Open Area Percentage (OA%) from Ranges of 5% and less, to 63%, or more.

Many Open Area Percentages are also available in Square, Slotted, Hexagonal and Hendrick ‘s other Perforated Patterns. One Hexagonal Design allows for an OA% of 79%.

The IPA warns that extreme open area proportions tend to increase distortion, and advises that, if possible, that the User stay below 70%.

Open Area is commonly called out as Open Area Percentage (Blank Space between Perforations) or for very Small Holes, the Number of Holes Per Square Inch (HPSI).

Formulas are available to calculate the Open Area for the various hole shapes and sizes.

Round Hole With a 60 Degree Stagger

Round Hole With a 60 Degree Stagger

Round Hole With a 45 Degree Stagger

Round Hole With a 45 Degree Stagger

Round Hole With Straight ( In - Line ) Configuration

Round Hole With Straight ( In – Line ) Configuration

Square Hole With Either a Stagger AND Square Hole With Straight ( In - Line ) Configuration

Square Hole With Either a Stagger AND Square Hole With Straight ( In – Line ) Configuration

Hexagon Configuration

Hexagon Configuration

To Calculate the Open Area Percentage of the Slotted Hole Patterns, One Will Have to Determine the Center to Center Dimension of the Long Dimension of the Slots. This May be Accomplished by Adding 1/2 of the Length of Two Adjoining Slots (or the Whole Length of One Slot) and Then Measuring the Distance Between The Ends of Each Slot and Adding This Distance to the Total of the Two Halves (or Whole Length of One Slot). The Other Dimensions Necessary to Calculate Open Area Percentage: Width of Slot; Length of Slot; and Center to Center Distance Between The Width Dimensions of the Slots Are Typically Provided. The Dimensions and Equation Necessary to Calculate Open Area Percentages Are Set Out Herein Below.

Slotted Hole With a Straight Configuration

Slotted Hole With a Straight Configuration

Slotted Hole With a Side - Stagger Configuration

Slotted Hole With a Side – Stagger Configuration

Slotted Hole With Square Corners

Slotted Hole With Square Corners

To Determine The Open Area Percentage of Perforated Metal With Many Small Round Holes Per Square Inch, Utilize The Following Formula:

Determine The Open Area Percentage of Perforated Metal With Many Small Round Holes Per Square Inch

OTHERS

Please, Always Ask Your Customer Service Representative When You are Seeking Guidance About Open Areas. Much Can Be Done to Accommodate Your “Open Area” Requirement.

The True Beauty is in Perforated Metal‘s DNA – One Piece Design

Perforated Metal allows its user to benefit from One-Piece Design.

Orientation of holes (Straight, Stagger), hole shape, hole size, use of more than one shape and or size of hole, blank spaces and margins, in seemingly unlimited combination, can be manipulated and configured to create a singular part with multiple functions. A barrier on one hand / a filter on the other; an enclosure for protection on the one hand, a passageway for the diffusion of damaging heat on the other; an architectural facade on the one hand, a gateway for sound containment or projection on the other.

One-Piece Design can facilitate fabrication or reduce and even eliminate the necessity for other metal working operations. Single-part construction provides added strength. Fasteners, adhesives, and welding which might otherwise be needed to join disparate metal parts can be eliminated. Cleaning operations can be performed more easily and with greater reliability. Recesses and hidden areas where particulates, germs, and bacteria might gather or where corrosion might gain a foothold can be prevented. Forming and bending operations are easier if only one piece of metal is to be fabricated. Anodizing, Painting, Polishing and subsequent clean – up and touch-up operations can be simplified or done away with entirely. Heat Affected Zones (HAZ) can be eliminated inasmuch as perforation is a mechanical, cold working process. Overall aesthetic appearance may be improved.

In-House Value-Added Services

Bending: Plastic deformation of a piece of sheet metal or plate subjected to an external load applied perpendicularly to the surface.”V”Shape;”U”Shape;”L”Shape; or Channels are typically produced by use of a Brake. Hendrick can bend perforated sheet and plate, incorporating blank and perforated areas, alike, into a semi-finished part ready for final assembly.

Bolt Holes: Hendrick can sight-in and introduce bolt holes of varying shapes, sizes into your perforated product, in advance of further fabrication, so that they will be correctly aligned for further assembly, whether the finished part is to have a flat, contoured, or formed profile. This seemingly”Simple”strategy may eliminate a lot of”head scratching”and re-work at the back end of your job.

Deburring: The Perforating Process uses Punches and Dies with exacting tolerances to make holes in sheet metal and plate. The punch”is pushed”downward about 1/3 of the distance into the material thickness with a force that builds up until the Shear Strength of the material is exceeded, at which time the material fails, and the punch”breaks out”through the remaining 2/3 of the material.

The perforating process necessarily leaves very small burrs on the underside of the material. These burrs may be rolled back into the perforations if the sheet is subsequently roller leveled. Should your application require a burr tolerance which exceeds IPA Standard Tolerances, please discuss the particulars with your Customer Service Representative. Please be aware that Hendrick has developed specialized processes for the Commercial Laundry Industry which virtually eliminate burrs which might otherwise snag and catch materials inside the dryer. These specialized processes, developed by Hendrick‘s engineering and production personnel and unique to Hendrick, can be applied to enhance other products and markets.

De-greasing: Perforating requires the use of oils and lubricants because of friction generated by the process in punching holes through metal. The natural surface condition after perforating may vary from a light to heavy concentration and is shipped in that condition unless otherwise specified.

Hendrick can furnish a de – greased product which removes solvents for a nominal charge.

Forming: The straining of material, usually flat sheet or strip, by moving it around a straight axis in a neutral plane so that the metal’s contour retains a permanent set. Material flow takes place within the plastic range of the subject metal. Forming operations might include flattening or shaping sheet metal into a handle or lid.

Embossed Holes: Hendrick Manufacturing Company can fabricate Custom – Sized Floor Grates with perforated embossed and perforated recessed holes, as needed, to allow for superior drainage and slip resistance. Holes can be introduced in varying sizes or shapes and can be embossed or not in varying patterns ( For example : Alternating embossed and recessed perforated holes).  The grates can be cut -to-size to the customer’s length and width and formed and welded as needed.”Finger”holes can be introduced into the grate to allow for easy removal from the otherwise flat surface for cleaning.

Notching: Removing material (as a”Cut-Out“) from the edge or corner of sheet, strip, plate or a part, to facilitate hanging, joining, or a”pass through“. Hendrick maintains a bank of sophisticated Notching Dies with which to engineer strategically placed cut-outs into your perforated product.

“PEM”Insertion: A”PEM”nut is a Brand Name and Registered Trademark of Penn Engineering & Manufacturing Corp. The Generic Name is”Self-Clinching Nut“. The Self-Clinching Nut is an internally threaded fastener which, when pressed into ductile metal under pressure, displaces the metal around the hole, causing it to cold flow into a specially designed annular recess of the fastener, thereby helping to lock the fastener in place. A specially engineered locking ring surrounds the fastener and prevents rotation of the fastener in the hole. Self-Clinching Nuts are widely used in sheet metal fabrication where the material thickness is too thin to thread. Should you desire insertion of Self-Clinching Nuts, please ask your Customer Service Representative.

Polishing: Generally, the perforating process, because of the use of metal punches and metal dies against a metal surface, will impart surface scratches as the sheet or plate is run through the press. Even CNC Presses (Computer Numerical Control “Trumpf” Presses) may leave superficial scratches on the bare metal which may not be acceptable to the most discriminating eye of the Architect or Designer for Cosmetic Applications; Decorative Handrails, Interior Wall Panels, Custom Signage, other “Metal-Art“, and the like.

What Can Be Done To Protect The Surface During Perforating Or Restore The Surface Condition After Perforating?

FIRST, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, Discuss Your Cosmetic Application With Hendrick‘s Customer Service Representative. He or She has a wealth of experience and knowledge about perforating in general and Hendrick ‘s processes and capabilities, in particular. If you will provide the details for your intended use, Hendrick can suggest the most cost effective and pragmatic solutions.

For example, Hendrick had one Customer who said that he needed material for powder coated Privacy Screens and specified that”Only Cosmetic Application Quality”material was to be used. After some very pointed questions and answers, Hendrick‘s Inside Sales Lady ascertained that the product was to be sand-blasted after perforation, then powder coated black and ultimately installed high atop a roof, visible only from afar. Needless to say, hardly a”Cosmetic Application“. But First, Kate had to glean the facts from her customer before she could offer the best solution at a substantial cost savings for him.

Will Only One Side Or Will Both Front And Back Of The Finished Product Be Visible To The Public?

Hendrick can”bring in material”that is PVC coated on one or both sides, as necessary. Lighting Customers typically require Only One (1)”Good Side“, so sheet can be PVC‘d on the Exterior Side only, at a significant cost and time savings to Hendrick‘s Customer, since superficial scratches on the Interior Side are of no practical significance.

The Type Of Perforating Press Upon Which Your Job Is To Be Run Will Weigh Heavily On The Surface Of Your Final Product. CNC Presses, inasmuch as they process material more slowly and more deliberately, though at a somewhat higher cost, are normally used for Cosmetic Applications because they safeguard the surface of the material better than does an All Across Press.

Secondary Operations Can Enhance The Surface Of The Material After Perforating.

Hendrick can Debur and Polish the material by”cleaning up”and”polishing out”many of the superficial surface imperfections. The deburred and polished sheet can then be PVC‘d on one or both sides for protection during shipment to the job site and final installation. This procedure was suggested by Hendrick‘s Customer Service Representatives and Production Personnel and has been adopted by several of Hendrick‘s Architectural Fabricators.

The Type And Thickness Of The Material To Be Perforated Are Very Critical To The Appearance Of The Finished Product.

The surface condition of heavy gauge stainless steel sheet and plate (3/16ths and heavier), for example, as produced by the Mills, does not lend itself to those secondary operations which Hendrick might otherwise employ, after perforating, to”Polish out”scratches and other surface imperfections on thinner gauge materials because the lighter gauges generally “Come In The Door” to Hendrick with a superior (2-B “Satin“) surface finish.

Your Bottom Line Is Critical To Your Success And To Hendrick‘s Desire To Be YOUR PERFORATOR. If you invest the time to enlighten Hendrick‘s Customer Service Representatives to your intended use, they, in cooperation with Hendrick‘s Manufacturing And Production Professionals, With Feedback From Hendrick‘s Architectural Division, and with input from Hendrick‘s network of vendors, will identify and provide the optimum product for your particular need, at the Best Value.

Roller Leveling: When metal is perforated, it stretches ever so slightly with each downward stroke of the press as the material undergoes some strain or work hardening as the punches contact, then shear and break out through the material. The perforating process naturally curls any material resulting in a slight warp or bow unless corrected. Roller Leveling perforated flat stock is a bending process that deforms the material by passing it through a series of upper and lower sets of leveling rollers. The flat stock advances through the Roller Leveler in a wave-like path. The”wave”is greatest at the point of entry and gradually lessens or”flattens”toward the exit, similar to a decreasing sinusoidal curve. The elastic-plastic alternate bends and the constant reduction of bending intensity result in flatter and less stressed material. Margins, especially large or uneven margins may accentuate the deviation from flatness necessarily caused by the perforating process. Margins may cause a deviation exceeding those Flatness Tolerances for sheets or plates with No or Minimum margins as tabulated by The International Perforator’s Association in its published handbook, Designers, Specifiers, and Buyers Handbook. The Customer should always be cognizant of the effect of large or uneven margins on flatness and should always discuss his options with Hendrick. Hendrick can Roller Level your material after perforation to restore much of the flatness to the material. Flatness Tolerances of Roller Leveled material after perforating are specified in the IPA Handbook. Should your order require”special”Flatness Tolerances, consult with Hendrick‘s Customer Service Representative.

 

Roller Leveling

Above picture is intended only to demonstrate how roller leveling might be accomplished – it is not an accurate graphic of Hendrick ‘s sophisticated equipment or process.

Rolling: Process by which sheet or plate is passed through rollers to produce a cylindrically shaped product. Hendrick can supply perforated products in sheet and plate form varying in curvature from a gentle roll of a few degrees to a full 360 degrees. Hendrick can even weld the rolled metal into a completed cylinder. Please ask your Customer Service Representative for particulars, depending upon possible circumference and material thickness limitations.

Shearing: Also known as”Die Cutting”, typically uses a straight blade of hardened tool steel which comes down with a perpendicular cutting force over a die edge and can be used to create custom widths, with or without margins, and free form shapes, with or without margins, ready for further manufacturing applications. Hendrick can supply Cut-to-Size Perforated Blanks, with margins and blank areas engineered into the piece, to your Print Specifications.

Please discuss Margin Tolerances with your Customer Service Representative.

Sourcing of Outside Value – Added Services

You may have experienced some difficulty finding a Qualified Source for some process critical to your finished product ( Anodizing, Plating, Painting, etc. ) or you may have had to absorb additional (“Hidden“) costs to send your semi-finished parts to a service provider many miles from your plant for further finishing, and then”Live With Their Production Schedule”at the expense of YOURS.

Because of its proximity to many suppliers to the metal working industry situated around Scranton, Pennsylvania, Hendrick can source value-added services on your behalf,; Anodizing, Painting, Plating, Electro-Polishing, Powder Coating, Heat-Treating, and more, so as to furnish a perforated part in varying stages of completion from the most basic”off the shelf”perforated sheet to a”Near Net”part ready for final assembly at your plant. Please”Work Out”the particulars with your Hendrick Customer Service Representative.

INDUSTRIES SERVED

Acoustics / Audio

Aerospace

Aggregate/Mining

Animal Cages

Appliances

Architecture

Automotive/Transportation

Chemical

Construction

Electronics

EMF Shielding

Fall Protection

Filtration

Fishery/Hatcheries

Food Processing

Furniture General

Fabrication

Green Technologies

Hammermill Screens

Lighting

Machine Guards/Safety

Machinery Construction

Material Handling

Oil and Gas

Pollution Control

Power Generation

Pulp and Paper

Restaurant Equipment

Retail/Display

Seating/Furniture

Shielding/Sunshades

Signage

Telecommunications

Thermal Control

Water/ Waste Water

Hendrick Manufacturing Company  –  Serving Industries Worldwide From  A  to  Z

Please Remember: Hendrick‘s People Are Ever Mindful Of The Vision Of Their Founder.

Find A Need. Make A Quality Product To Fill That Need. Service The Customer. Service The Customer. And Most Important: SERVICE THE CUSTOMER!

Now That You Know What Hendrick Can Do,  Put Hendrick To Work For You!

Please Call Kate, Your Customer Service Representative, at (800) 225-7373, or

E-mail Kate: kate.zack@hendrickmfg.com

Thanks For Allowing Hendrick Manufacturing Company To Be Of Service to You: Providing Cutting Edge Metal Solutions Made With Quality In The United States of America.