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Attabox Achieves UL 508A

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Attabox Achieves UL 508A

Press release date: October 7, 2011

Temple, Texas - Attabox, a manufacturer of non-metallic industrial enclosures, has achieved the UL 508A "Industrial Control Panel Enclosure" rating. This new rating, in addition to the UL 50 rating previously achieved, will provide our customers the confidence that Attabox enclosures will protect components in the harshest environments.

Underwriters Laboratories has certified the industrial enclosures to Types 3R, 4, 4X, and 12. These ratings indicate a degree of protection against falling rain, splashing water, and hose-directed water. Additionally, the enclosure will remain undamaged by the formation of ice on the enclosure. And the enclosure resists corrosion. For more information on UL ratings, visit

The key features of Attabox Enclosures include: robust polycarbonate construction, flat panel hinged lid, external latches, high performance inserts, integrated lock hasp, flush-fit swing panel, and DIN rail mounting system. Attabox can provide enclosures, modifications, panels, and accessories, as well as component installation. Attabox carries stock and has product available in all sizes. Order-to-ship times are usually within 2 business days.

Bill Evatt, president, commented, "This new rating will provide our panel shops, integrators, and OEM's assurance of enclosure performance. This rating with the new sizes introduced last week will give our customers quality options."

To find out more about Attabox products call 800-686-0986 or visit the web site,

About Attabox LLC:
Attabox is a growing manufacturer in the Engineered Enclosure market. Attabox was formed in 2007 and is based in Temple, Texas. Attabox is considered an innovative force in the engineering, manufacturing, and marketing of thermoplastic enclosures by providing extremely high quality Engineered Enclosures for the industrial, WIFI, electrical, solar, telecommunications, HVAC, Instrumentation/Control, government, Oil/Gas, and construction markets.


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