Order Your Free Deltron Enclosure Sample at Anglia
If you're seeking an IP rated, industrial enclosure, why not visit Anglia's website for a free sample from Deltron's versatile heavy duty series, available for a short period of time only.
Designed for placement in harsh environments, the Deltron Heavy Duty Enclosure range is obtainable with an IP66 or IP68 rating for maximum protection against the elements, including full submersion up to depths of ten metres for 20 hours (IP68). Combined with robust attributes from LM2 die cast aluminium alloy materials, this makes the enclosures ideal for deep water applications in offshore or marine environments.
The incorporation of an innovative lid design encloses the silicone seal well inside the box allowing contact between the lid and base to offer excellent EMI/RFI screening on the plain boxes. Plus, their resilient properties means the enclosures can take knocks and bumps without causing damage to vital electronic components housed within.
The range offers eight sizes to select from, with a plain aluminium finish, a powder coating for a decorative finish or a nylon coating to give your enclosure extra protection against oils and corrosion. Deltron can also customise any enclosure with machining or finishing options such as cut-outs, slots, silk screening, painting and more (view here) which can be undertaken in the Deltron factory.
Suitable application examples:
- Test and measurement equipment
- CCTV/Surveillance tools
- Traffic management/monitoring equipment
- On board vessels
- Renewable energy equipment
- Water treatment
Anglia is a UK based electronic component distributor with a large product portfolio. They are a longstanding stockist of numerous Deltron Enclosure products including this range of heavy duty enclosures. You can order your free sample on their website by clicking here.
To contact our sales team please call +44 (0)1724 273206 or email email@example.com.
All local taxes and import duty must be paid by the recipient.
Article first published : 3|11|2015