New 316 Stainless Steel Latch Features High Tensile and Impact Strength

Press Release Summary:

  • Maintains 4X rating and performs reliably within a wide temperature range
  • Snaps on-and-off fast by hand, making it simple to install and replace
  • Available for both opaque and clear PolyStar® polycarbonate enclosures

Original Press Release:

Stahlin® Enclosures Introduces a New 316 Stainless Steel Corrosion-resistant Latch Available Standard for all PolyStar® Polycarbonate Enclosures

Belding, Michigan --- Stahlin® Enclosures –- the world's most specified non-metallic electrical and industrial enclosures --- announces the availability of a new, corrosion-resistant, 316 stainless steel latch standard for all sizes of its PolyStar® Series polycarbonate enclosures.

The new strong, secure-fitting stainless steel latch maintains a 4X Rating. It is not affected by UV degradation, features high tensile and high-impact strength, and performs reliably within a wide temperature range.

Available for both opaque and clear PolyStar® polycarbonate enclosures, the new stainless steel latch snaps on-and-off quickly by hand, making it easy to install and replace. The latch comes standard on any PolyStar® enclosure --- just add “SS” to the end of any part number --- or as a two-latch kit.

Stahlin® Enclosures are the world's highest-proven-quality and most specified non-metallic enclosures available to OEM's of diverse industries through electrical product distributors. For nearly 60 years, since Stahlin® pioneered the first fiberglass enclosures, we have been the leading innovative solutions-provider for users of NEMA 4X fiberglass and polycarbonate enclosures. Stahlin® Enclosures provides the largest standard product range in the industry, and the widest range of customized and factory-modified non-metallic enclosures available in the industry. Competitive pricing is supported by vertically-integrated Made-In-The-USA manufacturing and speed-of-delivery made possible through thousands of stocking distributors in all 50 states and major cities.

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