he American Wire Cloth Institute was founded
in 1933 by a group of wire cloth producers
interested in furthering good business practices and assuring a healthy future for this vital industry.
     

Aeronautics & Aerospace
Agriculture
Automotive
Building Trades
Business & Industrial
    Machines
Chemical Processing
Communications
Crushed Stone, Sand
    & Gravel
Electric Utility
Electronics
Environmental
Food & Beverage
Instrumentation
Maintenance & Plant
    Operation
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Military
Government
Nuclear Energy
Paper
Petroleum & Petrochemicals



Today, the Institute speaks with one voice on behalf of its U.S. and Canadian membership, maintaining the communications necessary for cooperative effort to meet ever-changing business environments and advancing wire cloth technology.
 
Institute members in the United States and Canada, along with business
contemporaries, are working together to
anticipate issues, to solve problems, and to
attain mutual goals while promoting a deeper
understanding of our industry throughout
North America.
 


 
  • To establish, sustain and promote the standards for wire cloth sold throughout North America.
  • To promote the use and sale of wire cloth products throughout North America.
  • To act on behalf of the wire cloth industry in addressing issues and questions relevant to the industry and members of the Institute.
  • To respond to all industry and governmental requests for industry status and statistical reports.
     

Agricultural Equipment Architectural & Security
Dehydration
Fabricated Parts &
    Components
Filtering
Fuel & Air Filters
Fuel Strainers
Grading & Sizing
Heat Treating
High-Tech Components
In-Line Filtering
Instrumentation
Maintenance
Mechanical Support
Standards Testing
Straining
Thermal & Cat Cracking
TV & Radar Tubes
Water Treatment
 


  The Institute is an unincorporated membership association operating under the laws of the State of New York and is directed by a full time Secretary, with appropriate staff, who coordinate activities. The Institute is recognized by governments, the press and other associations as representing our industry. The membership directs activities through delegation of authority as detailed in the Institute's Bylaws.      
 


  The Institute is continuously monitored and represented by legal counsel at all membership and committee meetings. The programs and activities of the Institute, including statistical studies and published minutes of meetings, are reviewed to ensure complete compliance with antitrust laws governing associations.