Equipto Electronics Corporation

Equipto Electronics
Phone: 800-204-7225
Fax: 630-897-5314
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351 Woodlawn Avenue
Aurora, IL 60506-9988

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Since its foundation in 1960, Equipto Electronics Corporation has been a leading manufacturer of packaging products for the electronics industry. Our state of the art facility is located in Aurora, Illinois where we are able to design and manufacture a wide variety of standard equipment enclosures. We specialize in a modular design, and our highly experienced engineer's works directly with customers to ensure all needs are being met. Many of our projects and equipment can be modified and designed for perfect electronic enclosures, saving you time and money over a custom packaging solution.

Equipto Electronics' products and equipment include heavy duty cabinets, EMI shielded cabinets, R6 electronics enclosure, N6 shield NEMA cabinets, FCC/VDE shielded cabinets, sub-rack card cages and chassis, challenger cabinets, solid system cabinets, heavy duty desks, instrument cabinets, and our equipto express line. All of our products meet industry quality standard and as well as the listed products, we also offer different design and custom product services and modifications.

At Equipto, we are a highly distinguished and responsive team. Because of the flexibility in our components as well as a wide variety of standard products, we're confident you will find all that you need for your next project. Any spec or customization, large or small, won't be a problem for Equipto Electronics Corporation. If you have any questions at all, feel free to check out our website for more information or give us a call. We'd be happy to help.

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