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Electrical Enclosures: What is the NEMA 3R Rating? d

NEMA 3R Definition with General Reference Applications  NEMA 3R enclosures are widely used for outdoor applications for industrial uses, such as protecting electrical wiring and junction boxes. NEMA 3R enclosures protect electrical equipment from water ingress such as falling rain, sleet, snow and external ice formation caused by extreme cold weather.   And NEMA 3R enclosures are compatible for both outdoor and indoor use and applications.  NEMA […]

Which is the Suitable Aluminum Enclosure Type: Diecast and Extruded Comparison

Aside from stainless steel, aluminum alloy has a lot of amazing properties that can be suitable for electrical enclosures. If you are considering to use this metal for your company’s next project, you are most likely equipped of the right knowledge about aluminum. But are you aware that the techniques used in shaping this metal […]

All About Polycarbonate Enclosures – Benefits and Different Enclosure Application.

In case you need an enclosure for any indoor and outdoor applications, aside from stainless steel and aluminum enclosures, engineers can opt to using polycarbonate enclosure. It is lightweight, incredibly versatile and rugged enclosures can can fit to many possible company applications.  To take a closer look, here are the benefits, features, and common applications […]

The Best and Most Effective Way to Customize your Electric Enclosure

To date, silk screening is one of the most effective way of customizing an electrical enclosure. It is the easiest and the most affordable way. Any sides of the enclosure can be silkscreened as long as it is flat to avoid any deviance of the logo. Not only your logo can be silkscreened but also […]

All About Waterproof Cable Glands

Waterproof cable glands are used to maintain the cutouts of your enclosure by keeping it waterproof. Usually, cable glands are used in NEMA 4X or IP rating. In this article, we will discuss what is a waterproof cable gland and how it can affect the features of your enclosures. What is a Waterproof Cable Gland? […]

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NEMA standard ratings VS IP standard ratings

What is the difference between NEMA and IP ratings? To determine the difference between IP ratings to NEMA ratings, it is important to be knowledgeable in both enclosure rating standards. The most common IP ratings are: IP Standard Ratings IP54 – it has limited dust-tight protection and it protects equipment from water spray in any […]

NEMA Ratings vs IP Ratings

NEMA standard ratings VS IP standard ratings

NEMA Ratings vs IP Ratings: Which one is better? NEMA and IP Ratings Explained Electrical enclosures are rated and differentiated according to their quality and efficiency to withstand and protect electronic equipment from harsh environmental elements such as ice formation – this also includes ingress of water & dust. The National Electrical Manufacturers Association in […]

IP Rating code explaination

2 digits IP rating code

Explain IP rating code. In IP ratings, water resistance can vary from water droplets or mild drip resistance, to spray jets and total submersion of electrical enclosures. For levels 3 and 4, to test the quality, water is delivered through an oscillating tube resembling a garden sprinkler, or this can be done manually just by […]

IP Rating – electrical enclosures

IP rating code combination

It is beneficial to know what protection of your electrical enclosure can provide to your electrical equipment. Being knowledgeable about IP ratings will help you with that. Thus, you will know when and what types of enclosures you should use in any application. The IP Rating (Ingress Protection) is widely used by companies or buyers in Europe countries […]