Hendrick Screen Company, a division of Hendrick Manufacturing, Inc. (est. in 1876), is a leading manufacturer of water intake screens, fish diversion screens and fabricated stainless wedge wire screen products. The Owensboro facility opened in 1974 to produce the best possible profile wire screens available. We knew then, and still believe, that to succeed we must apply all the things that make companies into winners; we're very accessible with open communication lines. We know our customers and we listen to them and respond quickly to their needs.
It is a distinct advantage to have Hendrick as a single reliable source for all your screen needs. Hendrick is the only U.S. Company producing wedge wire, profile wire, and looped wire screens in several materials, with a wide variety of sizes, shapes and precision openings.We offer screens in several constructions and material types, along with a wide variety of sizes, shapes and precision openings.
Our founder Eli Hendrick created Hendrick Manufacturing using funds raised through selling oil refining patents to John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil in the 1870s. With the proceeds from the sale, Eli Hendrick developed the All-Across Perforating Press, a revolutionary tool for sorting and sifting coal in the mining industry. Hendrick Manufacturing was founded in 1876 and remains a family-owned company to this day. We take great pride in the ingenuity of our founder and the company's ability to grow and evolve to meet the country's needs as they have changed over the past 136 years.
Today, the Hendrick Companies serve a wide variety of industries including the architectural community by offering fully-integrated solutions for the fabricating, perforating, and screening of metal products, with locations in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky. Our partners include many of the top companies and individuals seeking fabricated metal products which are essential to the success of their respective projects.
Hendrick's customer service, engineering capabilities, and manufacturing prowess are second to none. Our commitment to Lean Manufacturing Methods is a testament to our dedication to providing our customers the best product we can possibly supply. The knowledge that comes with serving over twenty different industries allows us to apply innovative solutions across a wide swath of applications. The breadth of experience among Hendrick employees makes us the go-to source for companies throughout diverse industrial sectors.
Hendrick Manufacturing: The leading provider of perforated metal products in North America, serving architectural and industrial markets.
Hendrick Screen Company: The industry's preeminent provider of unique architectural and industrial profile wire, wedge wire, and looped screen products.
Hendrick Metal Products: Recognized producers of highly cosmetic, close tolerance metal fabrications and perforated metals.
Each of Hendrick's companies are ISO 9001-2008 certified and dedicated to ensuring the high level of quality which our customers in the industry have come to expect. Our commitment to customer satisfaction is the same whether the project calls for one metal piece or thousands. The specialists at Hendrick pride themselves on great customer relationships and technical assistance for meeting project requirements.
For over 130 years, Hendrick has continuously produced metal products for customers seeking a competitive advantage in their industry. Hendrick is an ISO-9001:2008 registered company.
We are committed to producing quality products which meet or exceed both customer and industry standards.
Hendrick Screen Company products contain post-consumer and post-industrial recycled content.
Hendrick can help companies achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) credits or certification by retrofitting existing buildings or by being included in new construction in order for the structure to conform to the standards of the Green Building Rating System™. This system was established by the US Green Building Council in 1998 as a set of standards with which the Council could evaluate the environmental sustainability of buildings and structures.
Today, the LEED system judges buildings based on performance in the following categories: innovation & design; indoor environmental quality; materials & resources; energy & atmosphere; water efficiency; general sustainability; and the use of locally or regionally sourced materials.