Clamped enclosure

The Crouse-Hinds series clamped EBMX explosion-proof enclosure is designed to operate in hazardous areas to help oil and gas and other industrial customers enhance safety and dramatically improve productivity.

04/13/2017


Eaton Crouse-Hinds EBMXThe Crouse-Hinds series clamped EBMX explosion-proof enclosure is designed to operate in hazardous areas to help oil and gas and other industrial customers enhance safety and dramatically improve productivity. The EBMX technology is designed to help customers avoid unbolting enclosures to access internal motor control components including circuit breakers, disconnect switches, motor starters, and combined starters. The clamped-enclosure technology allows customers to open and close enclosures faster than traditional bolted solutions while reducing the risk of installation errors. The equipment also meets NFPA 70: National Electric Code (NEC) and Canadian Electrical Code requirements and is built to withstand extreme temperatures from -50 to 60°C.

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