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Roxtec's ComSeal LW and ComSeal AISI 316 are UL/NEMA and IP rated and designed for industries that deal with electrical wiring and components with enclosures.

05/16/2014


Roxtec's ComSeal LW and ComSeal AISI 316 are UL/NEMA and IP rated and designed for industries that deal with electrical wiring and components with enclosures. Courtesy: RoxtecRoxtec has added the ComSeal solutions ComSeal LW and the Roxtec ComSeal AISI 316 to its series of enclosures. Both are UL/NEMA and IP rated and designed for industries that deal with electrical wiring and components with enclosures. The Roxtec ComSeal LW series is approved for IP 44 and UL/NEMA 3R. They are available in six sizes and the frame material is aluminum. They can be attached inside or outside a cabinet. The Roxtec ComSeal AISI 316 is designed to withstand corrosive environments and is made of stainless steel. The units are available in three sizes and approved for IP55 as well as UL/NEMA 3, 12, and 12K.

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