Equipment enclosures

Type 4X Outdoor Equipment with corrosion-proof GRP construction that ensures maintenance-free service life in salt-laden environments.


Type 4X Outdoor Equipment with corrosion-proof GRP construction that ensures maintenance-free service life in salt-laden environments. Courtesy: IntertecIntertec introduces an extended range of Type 4X outdoor equipment enclosures that comply with CSA, UL, and NEMA standards. Manufactured from proprietary GRP (glass reinforced polyester), the enclosures combine environmental protection capabilities with resistance to corrosion. They are equipped with a special waterproof breather seal that equalizes the air pressure, ensures full sealing integrity, and provide protection when used in a Class I, Division 2 or Class I, Zone 2 hazardous area to protect on-hazardous equipment. Intertec's Multibox and Diabox enclosures are now available in Type 4X. Offering a wide range of containment capacities from 25 to 277 liters, they are designed for convenient mounting on panels or small-footprint pipe stands. Both feature a molded two-part construction while having a single joint between their two halves.


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