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ATTABOX IP68 Enclosures

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ATTABOX IP68 Enclosures

Press release date: April 23, 2012

Temple, Texas - Attabox, a Texas manufacturer of non-metallic industrial enclosures, achieved IP68 certification on April 9, 2012. This will add to the current UL/cUL 508A and UL/cUL 50e certifications. The Attabox IP68 enclosures are available in the following sizes: 6x6x4, 8x6x4, 10x8x4, 12x10x6, 14x12x6, 16x14x8, and 18x16x10. An IP68 rating means the enclosure provides effective protection from continuous water immersion, dust penetration and leakage from high pressure water jets or heavy seas. IP (Ingress Protection) ratings are standards for electrical enclosures as described by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). The IEC is a worldwide organization for standardization comprising all national electrotechnical committees (IEC National Committees). The objective of the standard is to classify degrees of protection of electrical equipment. Bill Evatt, president, said "This advanced certification is further proof that Attabox enclosures are engineered for the harshest environments. For the markets and industries we are active in, Attabox is quickly becoming the preferred enclosure." 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. 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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