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  • The Basics of Enclosure Design (.pdf)
    Whether you design your enclosure from scratch or make use of one of our simple template based design, knowing the basics of enclosure design will make your work easier. Covering metal selection,thicknesses, consequences, fasteners, welding ventilation and finishing
  • Don't Come Unhinged Over Enclosure Design
    the critical performance parameters early in the design process. Considerations such as applicable industry standards (NEMA or IP sealing), load requirements, environmental conditions, and aesthetics all affect hardware selection and enclosure design. For instance, appearance concerns can make concealed
  • Enclosure Design Tips Handbook
  • Art and Science Call the Shots For Cutting-Edge Enclosure Designs
    of the TS8 enclosure symmetry is its identical hole pattern for both width and depth. The two-level mounting concept offers the most amount of space, separate cable routing space, and numerous options for climate controls. At the inner and outer levels, system chassis with mounting flanges can
  • Good Enclosure Design Creates Functional Advantages
  • Enclosure Performance Hinges on Hardware
    in the design. Taking the time to do so minimizes total product costs and maximizes hardware and enclosure performance. "Concealed versus exposed hardware, internal or external hardware space requirements, corrosion resistance, material preferences and flammability ratings can all influence hinge selection
  • Inside the Enclosure: Layout Planning is Key
    be addressed. When selecting an enclosure for an operator station or other harsh area computing application, consideration should be given to the internal layout of the equipment. A functional and maintainable layout increases design and deployment time but pays off for years to come by extending hardware life
  • How to Avoid Expensive Design Changes with Enclosure Air Conditioner Packages
    From time to time, electrical enclosure designers find themselves in a bind because of constraints that limit their options when designing or upgrading enclosures. Typical issues include space limitations, excessive heat load, poor ventilation, dust and dirt, and high ambient temperatures

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