Today, ABC is a leading supplier of ventilation products to the mining, tunneling, and industrial markets in North America and around the world, and ABC’s high quality industrial textile fabrics are recognized nationwide in many diverse industries.
The story of ABC Industries is one of product evolution and prosperity since its humble beginnings in 1926. Industry trends and new technologies have guided ABC along the path of innovation to provide its customers with premium products and outstanding service. What began with a single product, jute brattice cloth, has transformed into a diverse line of industrial ventilation products and industrial textile fabrics.
ABC is committed to building meaningful customer relationships by providing quality products and services utilizing the principles of integrity and sound business practices. ABC also strives to produce appropriate benefits for our employees, stockholders and the communities in which we reside.
Component ManufacturerBrattice Cloth, Curtain, Fly Pad, Blower (layflat) Tubing, Exhaust (wire reinforced) Tubing, Filament Wound Fiberglass (FRP) Tubing, Cassettes, Fans
ABC-VAD 24F17 Vane Axial Fans from American Brattice Cloth Corp
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Prof. James Tour
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