Carts and Stands with Enclosures: Can You Afford Them?

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Dec 5, 2013

Over the past 15 years we have seen and continue to see plants exposing their high dollar controllers to all of the elements within the plant.

Key pieces of equipment on the floor break down due to corrosion, moisture, damage and dropping of the high dollar equipment.

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Stainless Steel Enclosure with View Window

With the use of NEMA-4X stainless steel enclosures mounted on stainless steel stands or a stainless steel cart with castors, you can protect your valuable on floor equipment from all of the elements within the plant.

Enclosures can be made to meet the needs of your equipment.  You can incorporate a window in the door, a pull out tray, heaters and/or coolers depending on the application needed.

Mount this enclosure on a stainless steel angle stand or removable cart and you are now providing protection to your valuable equipment.  The stands and carts can be made to fit your exact application.

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Stainless Steel Stand with two see-through windows

There is also the misconception that stands and carts with an enclosure are unaffordable.

This is not true, most of today’s on floor electronic equipment are expensive pieces of equipment, what would protection for that unit be worth?

What would it be worth to have less down time?

What is it worth to know that when you lock the enclosure down that no washdown person is going to flood the piece?

What is it worth to be able to remove that piece from the floor?

These questions and more can be answered by requesting pricing on a cart, stand or enclosure for your valuable controllers, pricing equipment, computers, printers and/or any other valuable on floor units you may have.

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