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Which enclosure rating, material and accessories are best suited to your design? Find out in Rittal’s Large Enclosure Selector Guide.
As manufacturing scales for growth, control and operation systems become integral to driving efficiency and productivity. And the backbone for mounting and protecting systems is the modest enclosure. Industrial enclosures act much like a safe or strongbox to mount and protect your electronics, process controls, power systems and other business-critical equipment.
This storage and protection can be installed almost anywhere on the plant floor and is delivered in a single footprint.
Learn about engineered enclosure systems that are flexible enough to expand, adapt, and integrate easily with diverse manufacturing environments. Enclosures will protect from water, dust, corrosive liquids and other contaminants. They will provide security for systems in remote locations, and climate control to moderate thermal fluctuations that will extend the life of internal components.
To ensure the proper level of protection, durability, flexibility and scalability, it’s important to educate yourself on the following topics:
- NEMA/UL protection ratings
- Enclosure materials
- Unibody and modular designs
- Safety features, including arc flash prevention and disconnection solutions
- Enclosure accessories
Download the Large Enclosure Selector Guide for help choosing the right enclosure.