• Call Ron-Vik 800.328.0598
    + 800.328.0598
  • Located in Minneapolis MN
    800 Colorado Avenue South
    Minneapolis, MN 55416

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About Us

Learn about our manufacturing process for making products which combine wire or synthetic mesh with thermo-plastics or plastisols.

Filter Washers

Parts made for faucet aerators, nozzles, emitters, valves and pumps by capturing debris that would clog or damage equipment.

In-Line Strainers

Parts made for agricultural sprayers, pressure washers, floor scrubbers, drinking water pre-filters, medical devices and car washes.

Suction & Tank Strainers

Suction & Tank Strainers are used to provide dependable protection against sediment filtering into pumps and equipment.

Custom Products

Most of these products combine cylinders or flat blanks with thermoplastics or thermoplastic elastomers (TPE's)

Types of Weaves

Chart of weaves that we use to produce filter washers, in-line strainers, suction & tank strainers, molded products and all other products we manufacture at Ron-Vik

Micronic Mesh

Specifications chart for our micronic mesh.

Off Count Mesh

Specifications chart for our off count mesh.

Mesh Plain and Twilled

Specifications chart for our plain and twilled.

Common Mesh Materials

We use a variety of metals (stainless steel, nickel based alloys, aluminum, copper, brass, commercial bronze, and phosphor bronze) and also synthetic meshes(nylon, polyester and polypropylene ).

Online Quote

Give us a chance to quote your next project, it easy to use, simply fill out the online form and a sales associate will get back to you.

Build an in-Line Strainer

Mix and match the elements to build an In-Line strainer to fit your application.

The user is responsible for determining whether the Ron-Vik product is fit for a particular purpose and is suitable for the user's application. Ron-Vik's liability shall be limited to the stated selling price of any defective goods, and shall in no way include the user’s lost profits or goodwill or any other special or consequential damages incurred by the user.