Stainless wall mount enclosures in 30 sizes are NEMA 4X, IP66 sealed

Hammond Manufacturing's HWSSHK304 and 316L stainless steel wallmount enclosures are available in 30 sizes and are sealed to NEMA 4X (IP66) and UV resistant.

02/03/2014


Hammond Manufacturing's HWSSHK304 and 316L stainless steel wallmount enclosures are available in 30 sizes and are sealed to NEMA 4X (IP66) and UV resistant. Courtesy: Hammond ManufacturingHammond Manufacturing's HWSSHK304 and 316L stainless steel wallmount enclosures are available in 30 sizes and feature a three-point padlockable handle mechanism. They offer corrosion resistance that does not degrade after scratching or other surface damage with high resistance to chemical attack and are sealed to NEMA 4X (IP66) and are UV resistant. They are designed for installation in harsh industrial environments such as the water industry, oil and gas plants, utilities, mining conveyor belt controls, and process control applications. The enclosures are suitable for housing electrical equipment and electronic systems.

The locking mechanism features a formed lip on the continuously welded body channels liquids and dirt away from the opening and a full-length stainless steel hinge ensures repeatable openings and closings without distortion of the door.

The removable inner mounting panel can be painted or galvanized to suit the application. The extensive range of accessories includes, gland plates, passive and active thermal management, drip shields, windows and grounding kits.

Hammond Manufacturing

www.hammondmfg.com 

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