Modular Enclosures

Modular enclosure systems can provide many benefits over traditional unibody enclosures. Both modular and unibody enclosures are designed to house industrial components and to protect them from the surrounding environment. They are also designed to protect operators from electric shock. A traditional unibody enclosure is formed from a single, molded unit while a modular enclosure is a combination of a frame, rails, panels, doors and accessories.

Frames and Racks consists of metal forms with with pre-drilled holes that are spaced at standardized units of measurement that will accommodate common accessories that can be added to the interior or exterior without drilling or welding. Modular frames can be joined to one another, creating the possibility of multiple configurations, and rails can be added to the frame making it possible to slide panels into and out of the enclosure from the front, rear or side openings. 

Exterior components can easily be attached to modular enclosure frames. These components consist of top, back and side covers, bases, panels and doors. Modular frames provide a wide range of possibilities for door placement for easier access and options for modification in the future.

Interior components are easily added at any time to a modular enclosure. These include: shelves and sliding shelves, mounting panels and subpanels and drawers. The flexibility provided by a modular enclosure allows for easier installation and removal of internal components as needed.

Cable Entry Cabinets are a full-height, narrow cabinet that can be attached to the side of a modular enclosure frame that is specifically designed for a cable management system. Wire management rails with pre-drilled holes for wire tires or fasteners can be easily added to the cable entry cabinet.