Summer is Fair time!

Compass Wire held its annual Employee Benefits Fair this week. Along with giving employees a chance to ask our benefits vendors questions, employees had the opportunity to be screened for diabetes and pick up “stop smoking” tips and resources – particularly timely...

TOSS THAT CALCULATOR!

Ever wish there was a quick way to convert microns to millimeters, or calculate the percent of open area? There is!  Our Wire Cloth Conversion chart lists common specs and conversions for wire cloth.  The “Mesh and Sieve Equivalent Chart” is available on...

JoAnn Miller moving up!

Customer Service Representative JoAnn Miller has been promoted to Account Coordinator. JoAnn has been delighting Compass customers since 2009. In her new role, she will continue to provide the excellent service her customers have come to expect, as well as take on...

Celebrating a promotion!

Please join us in congratulating Dave Chorzelewski on his promotion to shop Supervisor. For nearly 25 years, Dave’s positive influence and can-do work ethic have helped drive our success. His team is the cutting department, where screens begin their journey to...

Meet…Lance Burns

Lance began as a Warehouse Associate in our Aggregate screen department in 1988, later moving to the Sales area where he services both industrial and aggregate customers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Count on Lance for installation...

How important is feed rate control in processing?

In his article on this topic in Powder and Bulk Engineering, Scott Clement argues that it’s of prime importance in optimizing production and controlling costs. See the full article, “The importance of Feedrate Control in Size Reduction,” in the “Articles” page on this...

Preventing catastrophe

Combustible dust explosions are a hazard in many workplaces. OSHA has some tips for preventing such an accident. See their tips on the Articles page of this website. https://www.compasswire.com/articles/

Meet…Mike Shirley

Mike joined Compass Wire in 2009 and services his customers in New England and New York. His application knowledge is extensive thanks to his 25 years in the industry. Have a thorny screen problem you can’t solve? Mike’s your man!