INCREASED SAFETY ENCLOSURES
The principle use for increased safety enclosures is to house electrical equipment that will not generate an arc or spark during normal operation. They are designed to provide an alternative to flameproof enclosures, and are generally made from sheet steel, fiberglass or die cast aluminum. Increased safety is achieved through the enhancement of insulation values and creep-age and clearance distances above those required for normal service.
Key Design Features
- Enclosure constructed to withstand mechanical impact and provide a specified degree of ingress protection (IP Rating).
- Internal connections must not be subject to undo mechanical stress - Designed to specific methods.
- External Connections - Generously dimensioned - Contactors fastened securely.
- Clearance and Creepage - Must not be less than the values specified by rated voltage.
Adalet Increased Safety Enclosures
There are six styles of Increased Safety Enclosures available. Select catalog pages below to determine which enclosure meets your needs or download the Adalet Increased Safety Brochure
SCREW COVER TERMINAL ENCLOSURES TSC4X(6) SERIES (CATALOG)
CLAMPED COVER TERMINAL ENCLOSURES TN4X(6) SERIES (CATALOG)
1/4 TURN LATCH TERMINAL ENCLOSURES VH4X& VC4X SERIES (CATALOG)
HIGH VOLTAGE TERMINAL ENCLOSURES HV4X(6) SERIES (CATALOG)
CONTROL ENCLOSURES CN4X(6) SERIES (CATALOG)
CONTROL ENCLOSURES / PENDANT STATIONS (CATALOG)
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