Metal Cabinets protect electrical and electronic equipment.
July 30, 2013 -
Constructed with powder-coated metal for resistance to corrosion, STI Metal Protective Cabinets protect electrical and electronic equipment from hazardous parts as well as ingress of solid foreign objects, such as falling dirt. Variety of sizes allow enclosures to house significantly sized electronic devices with space to spare. Suited for junction and power supply boxes, cabinets have continuous piano type hinge with option of key or thumb lock and ½ or ¾ in. conduit knockouts.
From the Company that Brings you the Stopper II® We Now have Metal Cabinets Too
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Safety Technology International
2306 Airport Rd.
Waterford, MI, 48327
Press release date: July 23, 2013
The STI Metal Protective Cabinets protect electrical and electronic equipment from hazardous parts and provide a degree of protection to enclosed equipment against ingress of solid foreign objects (falling dirt).
A variety of sizes allow the enclosures to house significantly sized electronic devices with space to spare. For indoor use, the enclosures mount on the wall enabling the units to be protected in their designated locations.
Ideal for junction and power supply boxes, the heavy-duty cabinets are constructed with a powder coated metal to help protect against corrosion. They have a continuous piano type hinge with the option of a key or thumb lock and ½, ¾ inch conduit knockouts.
Metal meets or exceeds Type 1 requirements, UL/cUL Listed.
To order or receive more sales information on the STI Metal Protective Cabinets or the complete Stopper® Line, call 800-888-4784, fax 248-673-1246, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.sti-usa.com. STI’s address is: 2306 Airport Road, Waterford, MI 48327-1209.