Available in one- to four-door wall-mount and one- to five-door free-stand models, the larger wall-mount sizes accommodate more components and are ideal for applications with limited floor space. Free-stand enclosures are 48- and 60-in. high to provide a clear line of site above the enclosure.
Use Concept Disconnect Enclosures in applications that require stylized design features and a preferred cutout that accepts major brand disconnect switches and circuit breakers. Furnished with Enclosures: Door interlock bracket welded to door; Three-point door latching system installed on door; Instructions to locate and install disconnect; Hardware kit consisting of padlocking door handle, panel mounting nuts, grounding hardware and sealing washers for mounting holes
This disconnect enclosure is designed to house electronic controls and components. It provides protection from noncorrosive or mildly corrosive elements in both indoor and outdoor environments. Typical applications are in the food and beverage, packaging, water, petroleum and chemical processing industries. Designed to house the most popular disconnect switches and circuit breakers.
Designed to house the following flange-mounted disconnect switches and circuit breakers: Allen-Bradley, ABB Controls, Eaton Cutler-Hammer, General Electric, Siemens ITE, Schneider Square D®.
nVent HOFFMAN's WaterShed Stainless Steel Free-Stand Disconnect Enclosure, with its unique design and type 4X rating, is a perfect fit for mounting electrical or high-tech electronic equipment in settings such as sanitary washdown production environments, petrochemical plants, pulp and paper facilities, and water treatment plants.
Free-Stand Disconnect Enclosures, Type 1, are an economical way to protect electrical and electronic equipment in applications that do not require extensive environmental protection.
This single door stainless steel enclosure with quarter-turn latches is designed to house electronic controls and components. It provides protection from non-corrosive or mildly corrosive elements in both indoor and outdoor environments. Typical applications are in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, packaging, water, petroleum and chemical processing industries.