Screen Solutions Blog

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Read our blog posts to learn what’s happening at Hendrick and in the perforated metal, screen and architectural metal industries.

  • Perforated sheet metal is a versatile product that can be used for both structure and design. With perforation patterns coming in many styles, these panels allow light, water, and air to pass through while also enclosing spaces, providing structural support, or simply adding aesthetic value to a space. 
  • Placing safety first has earned Hendrick Screen a new milestone. 3,148 days without a loss-time accident. See how Hendrick earned this achievement and how our employees benefit.
  • Join Hendrick Architectural in Nashville, TN on November 19th – 22nd. Meet the team, our new FLEX-BAR and other landscape products...
  • Hendrick Manufacturing is proud to celebrate a monumental milestone: 145 years in business. Celebrating in 2021 required a different approach due to Covid-19 protocals and Hendrick came up with a perfect alternative.
  • Brad D. Bieberich recently joined the Hendrick companies as the Architectural Sales Manager. Representing both Hendrick Manufacturing and Hendrick Screen, Brad will lead...
  • Hendrick Screen Company has introduced the first ever metal flexible bar product to the architectural industry. The new product, called FLEX-BAR™, will save time and associated costs for installing metal panels on curved architectural applications.
  • Bob McDole, Hendrick's General Manager and Cody Veach, Water/Fish Product Manager were recently interviewed by Hydro Leader Magazine. They discuss the benefits of Hendrick's water intake and fish diversion equipment and our commitment to customer service.
  • Are you planning a water intake installation for an upcoming project? Need to learn more about this technology? Join us for this live webinar and get all your questions answered. Hendrick will be hosting a 30-minute webinar titled "Efficiency by Design: Water Intake Screen Technology" on Thursday, April 15th @ 12:00pm CDT. 
  • To tackle a dwindling water supply, the City of Santa Barbara, CA proposed the reactivation of the Charles D. Meyer Desalination Plant that was placed in stand-by mode and had not operated for more than 20 years. Concerns arose surrounding the environmental impacts that the plant’s reopening would create, including the destruction of marine life through the use of the existing flat panel intake that was part of the plant’s original design.
  • Passive water intake systems often require an airburst system to keep the intake operating efficiently. This article discusses the four main components of an airburst system and buyer options for those components.