ISA Expo 2003: Hoffman introduces large multi-purpose enclosure

Houston, TX—Hoffman (Anoka, MN) is launching its multi-purpose, large Type 1, freestanding enclosures at ISA Expo 2003, Oct. 21-23, at the Reliant Center.

10/21/2003


Houston, TX— Hoffman (Anoka, MN) is launching its multi-purpose, large Type 1, freestanding enclosures at ISA Expo 2003, Oct. 21-23, at the Reliant Center. Designed for use in areas requiring Type 1 protection, this enclosure can house PLC/main control panels, power distribution cabinets, and HVAC applications in clean environments. It’s available in 11 sizes from 48 x 25 x 12 in. to 84 x 36 x 24 in.

The company says its large Type 1 enclosure’s component mounting options include panel and 19-in. or 23-in. rack angle mounting. Reversible doors are designed with a three-point latch and padlocking handle. The removable back cover provides convenient access to equipment and facilitates fan and filter kit installation. The light gray (RAL 7035) integral 10-gauge steel base allows for secure lifting with a forklift or hand truck, and accommodates bolting to the floor for secure fastening. Lifting tabs simplify overhead hoist transporting and assist in stabilizing the enclosure during component mounting.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor
jmontague@reedbusiness.com





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