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Our Corrosion and Impact Resistant Heavy Duty Enclosures are now Available from stock at Farnell

Worldwide electronics distributor Farnell Element14 now stock Deltron's very own 490 series of IP68 Heavy Duty Corrosion and Impact Resistant Enclosures.

The Epoxy-Polyester (Hybrid) powder coating provides a high quality finish and offers strengthened resistance against salt spray and other corrosive elements.

The Enclosure selection has recently been added to Farnell’s broad portfolio of more than 650,000 in stock products, services, software and solutions also meaning the enclosures are listed on their global platform. All 10 sizes are available, with four additional sizes launching soon, along with a grey textured powder coated finish.

Nicola Kissaglis, Enclosures Specialist at Deltron said: “The Heavy Duty Corrosion and impact Enclosures are an exceptional addition to the very popular ranges we offer at Deltron Enclosures. Working hand in hand with Farnell, is a tremendous opportunity, which offers a great platform for global exposure and availability of our market leading enclosures. Those who require extra protection for crucial electronics can now benefit from easy access to the range of enclosures and the protective properties they offer.”

The powder coated enclosures are obtainable with IP68 protection and were tested at 5 meters, for 1 hour and then tested for corrosion resistance using salt spray, which it withheld for over 1000 hours, plus an impact resistance of 7 joules, as per EN 60079.

This range is ideal for placement in environments where high moisture or corrosive substance levels are present. This can include the marine industry, automotive, offshore oil and gas, plus placement in factories where the enclosure is likely to be knocked or where there is a high level of moisture.

Article first published : 4|5|2018