Explosionproof enclosures

Jan. 16, 2013
Division 1/Zone 1, XCESX Series of explosionproof enclosures are constructed from cast stainless-steel 316L.

Division 1/Zone 1, XCESX Series of explosionproof enclosures are constructed from cast stainless-steel 316L. For use in highly corrosive areas, the enclosures provide an alternative to traditional cast-aluminum models which may be compromised or break down over time in highly corrosive areas.

Available in five standard sizes, the units feature a watertight gasket and stainless-steel cover bolts for Type 4X/IP66 ratings, stainless-steel hinge kit, mounting panel, removable lifting eye bolts, cover alignment device, cast-on mounting lugs, and internal/external ground screws. A flat plate cover allows for a working area for viewing windows and operating devices such as pushbuttons, selector switches, and pilot lights.

Adalet, a Scott Fetzer Co.
4801 W. 150th St.
Cleveland, OH 44135
(216) 267-9000

© 2013 Penton Media, Inc.

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