Midwestern Industries, Inc. Datasheets for Screens

Screens consist of a surface with openings of specific sizes.  They may be made in many ways, including perforating a sheet, weaving metal wire or synthetic fibers or electroforming.  Among other uses, screens are commonly used to provide open but secure separation for a clean environment and flying objects, debris or insects. 
Screens: Learn more

Product Name Notes
Applying silicone beads in a bulls-eye pattern between the sizing screen and backup mesh reduces friction while extending the life and performance of the screen.
Choose from Midwestern’s large inventory of wire mesh. Available with a backup mesh.
Customized to meet your screening needs, our perforated screens come in a wide range of sizes and are available with a variety of openings.
Customized to meet your screening needs, our perforated screens come in a wide range of sizes and are available with round and slotted openings.
Dense material on fine mesh screens and larger diameter screens can benefit from the added support provided by the wagon wheel design. These can be made to fit most makes...
For general use and FDA applications, Midwestern’s cloth-edged screens can be manufactured using various edging material (for different temperatures) and with or without grommets.
In a constant effort to supply our customers with innovative screening options, we offer ultrasonic screens for various makes and models. Rescreening is also available.
Midwestern offers clear opening screens and custom weaves not shown on our mesh chart. Speak to a sales professional for options and availability.
Plastic sliders or rubber balls are sandwiched between a sizing screen and the backup mesh, providing added vibration dislodging near size particles and allowing material to flow more efficiently.
Sizes range from 18 to 72 inches and can fit nearly every make and model of separators with various mounting methods – including strict food grade standards.
Slotted screens offer greater throughput by increasing the amount of open area. Available with single shoot or triple shoot construction.
Straight and crimped wires are woven side by side in an elongated pattern to maintain sizing requirements while giving the screen added elasticity to reduce material from blinding.
The name says it all. Midwestern has the ability to construct heavy-duty screens with thicker wire to sustain greater impact.
This is an elongated slotted screen with triple shoot construction designed to maximize throughput. Side-tensioned screens will have slots right angle to material flow while end-tensioned screens will have slots...