Blog

Hendrick Happenings

What’s New?

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

  • Although there are several different types of water intake screen technologies, traveling screens and wedge wire passive water intake screens are commonly specified as a 316(b) solution. Ultimately, it’s good to understand the basic principles and benefits of each type of system. There are some similarities as well as key differences between the two technologies that should be considered when choosing the appropriate screening system.
  • There are many different types of false bottoms for the brewing process, but if you’re serious about brewing, getting the right equipment for the job is important.
  • The Hendrick group of companies, including Hendrick Manufacturing, Hendrick Metal Products and Hendrick Screen, are proud to announce that all companies have successfully achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification.
  • Keeping the customer satisfied lead to Hendrick’s development of a micro-perf pattern for noise reduction applications.
  • When designing an intake system, the water intake screen is a critical element to a well-designed system. The entire water intake system is dependent on the functionality of the water intake screen in order to work correctly. If the screen is designed properly, it leads to an efficient system that will reduce maintenance costs over the system’s lifespan. However, cost savings isn’t the only consideration to a good design.
  • Filtration and separation technologies are critical to many applications that cover a broad cross-section of consumer and industrial products. Whether it’s a heat-sensitive computer that depends on air circulation to keep it operating, a durable method of separating particles within the mining industry, or an effective method of filtering out mash during craft beer production, there are literally millions of uses for filtration and separation that touch our day-to-day lives.
  • A green building that is LEED recognized is a dramatic and public way of demonstrating a strong commitment to green. Learn more about LEED certification and download a free LEED Certification guide.
  • When making a purchasing decision, price, lead time and capabilities are common decision factors when deciding who to partner with. But the words, “family owned business,” can have an impact on the success of the purchasing decision. While ‘family owned’ may not seem to make much of a difference to the buyer, in actuality, it can make a big difference.
  • When architects first started designing parking garages, many looked like big concrete boxes. Over the years, and as design styles evolved, many communities decided that while they needed parking garages, they didn’t necessarily want the buildings to look like a parking garage. Architects turned to perforated metal to disguise parking garages and create a facility with a unique and dynamic aesthetic.
  • Perforated metal offers architects many options and benefits as a sunshade. The hole size and pattern can change how much light is let through, and how much can be seen through the design element. With the option of being used in both horizontal and vertical formats, or as a screenwall, perforated metal sunshades provide a unique look for buildings and parking garages.