How Stainless Steel Enclosures Save the Day in Corrosive Industrial Settings

March 16, 2017
Sponsored by Rittal
The need to place electrical and electronic equipment within corrosive environments requires protection beyond that which painted carbon steel enclosures can provide. Stainless steel enclosures fill this void with superior strength and corrosion-resistant properties. In this free white paper from Rittal, discover the common criteria that must be considered for the selection of the appropriate stainless steel enclosure for industrial applications. You’ll learn about the composition and distinguishing properties of different grades of stainless steel as well as insights into different finishes and variables affecting corrosion in industrial scenarios. 

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