DelStar Technologies Spur

Overview

This is a photo detail page for the DelStar Technologies Spur off the Vinson lead in Austin Texas. Both ground and aerial views are available. A great facility and highly modellable. I hope that you find this information of use in your modelling.


Company information

DelStar Technologies, Inc. manufactures thermoplastic nets, nonwovens, laminates, and extruded components for filtration, automotive, healthcare, industrial, food, electronics, and textile markets.

It offers protective sleeves, protective HVAC screens, protective meshes, and margination bag netting products; aperture films; melt blown media products; engineered composites; and profile extrusions.

The company also provides rods, core tubes, and pipe products; and machined parts, including end caps and other fittings, as well as parts for semi-conductor machines and automotive engines.

DelStar Technologies, Inc. was formerly known as U.S. Netting, Inc. and changed its name to DelStar Technologies, Inc. in September 2001. The company was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in Middletown, Delaware with additional locations in Middletown, Delaware; El Cajon, California; Richland, Pennsylvania; Austin, Texas; Alpharetta, Georgia; Bristol, United Kingdom; and Shanghai and Suzhou Jiangsu, China. As of December 12, 2013, DelStar Technologies, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Schweitzer-Mauduit International Inc.


Copyright information

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