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Instrument Cabinet Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of instrument cabinet manufacturers and suppliers. Find instrument cabinet companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture instrument cabinets to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top instrument cabinet manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the instrument cabinet companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of custom enclosures, electrical cabinets, or instrument enclosures of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

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Compac manufactures high quality instrument cabinets, with RFI/EMI shielding capabilities . Compac offers over 500 standard sizes, but also has the ability to modify to fit your specifications. The Compac concept is geared to fast, accurate, dependable deliveries to meet the most demanding delivery schedules.
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Equipto Electronics Corp is a premier provider of packaging solutions and instrument cabinets for electronics including packaging for Communications, Data and Power. Our facility is ISO 9001:2008 certified & RoHS compliant. We can manufacture to custom specs or you can choose from any of our standard products to meet your needs.
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Since 1962, our electronic enclosures have served the telecommunications and computer manufacturing industries. As the nation's top metal enclosure producer, our plastic enclosures, computer enclosures and sheet metal enclosures are designed, engineered and fabricated for customized solutions.
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IMS/AMCO Engineered Products is located in Des Plaines, IL. on approximately 300,000 sq.ft. of manufacturing space. With over 70 years of experience, we are THE recognized leader in the design, manufacture and integration of standard or custom electronic racks, cabinets, enclosures and consoles for all segments of Industry.
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Container Research offers a wide variety of products and services. Some of the products we provide include electronic enclosures, shipping and storage containers, production and maintenance platforms, packaging and more. For more information, see our website.
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Instrument Cabinets

Instrument cabinets are shelf-like, industrial furniture pieces with wide-ranging applications. Common instrument cabinet applications include storage, dispensing, supplying, sterilization, drying and security. They are most often found in hospitals, medical clinics, veterinary clinics, dental offices and laboratories, though they can certainly be adapted to serve other work environments. In the listed settings, they are used to store items such as tissues, scalpels, sterile gloves, bandages, ear thermometer probe covers, dental mirrors, periodontal probes, chisels and beakers. In addition, as repurposed or industrial-chic furniture shopping is a growing market in the United States and abroad, many shoppers search for instrument cabinets and similar industrial furniture to use in their homes or gardens. Such customers may find many options from used industrial furniture and instrument cabinet suppliers. Note that all used industrial furniture that is purchased from reputable suppliers and manufacturers is properly refurbished and cleaned. Note that industrial instrument cabinets are not to be confused with musical instrument cabinets, which function more as lockers for brass and woodwind instruments and sheet music.

Like all industrial furniture, instrument cabinets are built using many standard designs. However, instrument cabinets are also available in a wide variety of differing and non-standard sizes, designs and materials, and they are commonly divided into types based on the applications mentioned in the paragraph above. To meet the various needs of the applications they serve, they can be constructed with features like: sinks, access doors, drawers, extra shelving, trays, baskets, locking handles, pegboard interiors, and tambour doors. (Tambour doors save space by sliding open rather than swinging open.) Instrument cabinets may be free-standing, permanently mounted to a wall or equipped with castors for mobility. They may also be built in as a shelf. Instrument cabinets are usually made from stainless steel, as it strong, corrosion-resistant and easy to clean, but this is not a customer's only option. Cabinets may also in part or in whole be made from materials like glass, sheet glass, heavy-gauge steel and thermoplastics. Thermoplastics are quite useful in that they are typically very durable, corrosion resistant, variably heat resistant and impact resistant. Because thermoplastics are generally synthetic, they can also be developed to have novel or amplified qualities that an application needs. Shoppers with heavy-duty applications should note that a cabinet's material construction plays a part in its load-bearing capabilities. Instrument cabinets may, in addition, be coated in finishes like composite wood, particle board, powder paint, electrostatic dissipative laminate, plastic laminate or acrylic/PVC laminate. Finishes can give instrument cabinets an attractive gleam, or they can lend them greater function. Just a few examples of the various characteristics different finishes may lend include increased resistance to corrosion, increased resistance to mold and the dissipation of electrostatic discharge.

Instrument cabinets can be constructed as large welded pieces, or they may be built in a more modular fashion, allowing users to occasionally rearrange their shelving or adjust their heights. Other industrial furniture that may be used in conjunction with instrument cabinets include shop desks, shelving, lift tables, workstations, trolleys and lab benches. Using supplementary furniture like this, instrument cabinets can be adapted for work in teaching labs, classrooms, food and beverage service, home offices, commercial offices, beauty salons, coffee shops, at-home workshops and more.

Because instrument cabinets are available in virtually every configuration under the sun, those searching for the one are sure to find what they seek. Not to mention the many, many application-specific advantages they offer, instrument cabinets offer benefits of increased workspace organization, efficiency and cleanliness; they always prove their worth. To find out more or to order the perfect instrument cabinet for your application, get in contact with one of the many experienced and knowledgeable cabinet manufacturers listed here on IQS Directory today. Note that, in addition to helping you learn about cabinet shapes, sizes, materials and configurations, any one of these manufacturers can also guide you in the right direction per any industry standards that apply to your application. These include NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturing Association) standards, CCC (China Compulsory Certificate) standards EU (European Union) regulations such as REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) standards, EU Timber Regulation standards and RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) standards. They can also help you find surface material that fits your needs, whether you need a surface that is antimicrobial, anti-electrostatic or fire resistant. Once again, get started on your journey to the perfect instrument cabinet by reaching out to one or more of the highly skilled cabinet manufacturers listed on this website.



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Instrument Cabinets - Equipto Electronics Corporation
Instrument Cabinets - Equipto Electronics Corporation
Instrument Cabinets - Equipto Electronics Corporation






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