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Instrument Enclosures Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of instrument enclosure manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top instrument enclosure manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find instrument enclosure companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture instrument enclosures to your companies specifications. Then contact the instrument enclosure companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of instrumentation cabinets, electronic instrumental enclosures, custom instrument enclosures, or customized instrument enclosures of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Aurora, IL 800-204-7225

    We are committed to excellence and our innovations in enclosure technology is an example of our commitment. Our unparalleled electronic enclosures are specialized for various tasks and our facility is ISO 9001:2008 certified & RoHS compliant. Our superior units come with full customer support. For value-added experience you can rely on us to give you a fair price. We are excited to hear from you! Give us a call today!

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  • Columbus, OH 877-728-0776

    Buckeye ShapeForm manufactures electronic enclosures and electrical enclosures that take your company to the next level! Different types include desktop, handheld and rackmount. We will help you with the entire process, from selection, design and customization to finishing. Call us today!

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  • Houston, TX 888-636-2269

    Nema Enclosures Mfg. is a leading provider of NEMA-rated electrical enclosures. Serving a wide variety of industries including chemical/petrochemical, traffic control, power generation, telecommunications, with high-quality products and services. Visit our website for more information.

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  • Freeburg, IL 618-539-3193

    Hubbell® Wiegmann® is your complete enclosures solution! We offer NEMA enclosures, stainless steel enclosures, JIC enclosures, non-metallic enclosures and aluminum enclosures as well as wireway systems. For 75 years, we have been serving the needs of a broad range of industries. For more information about our capabilities, contact Hubbell® Wiegmann® today and a representative will assist you.

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  • York, PA 800-888-3677

    Who can you turn to for computer enclosures, electrical enclosures, electronic enclosures, industrial enclosures, metal enclosures or NEMA enclosures? Gamlet is who. We’ve been in business since 1970 and recognize the importance of protecting fragile equipment and electronic instrumentation.

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Pfannenberg’s Industrial Signaling Solutions are Now Available from Solutions Direct Riverside, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2013 – Pfannenberg, a worldwide leader in audible and visual signals, has made Solutions Direct an authorized distributor for its products. This complements Solutions Direct’s line of electrical enclosures and process automation products. In factory buildings, on machines, aboard ships or on large structures, highways, bridges, and in tunnels, Pfannenberg’s signals warn of danger, fire, accidents, or technical defects. Early detection of failures and the associated alarm signals are indispensable for a trouble-free production process,... Read More

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Instrument Enclosures

Instrument enclosures protect electronic devices inside metal or plastic housing. Because of their sensitive circuitry, the components must be protected from dirt, water and accidental contact. Being kept in an enclosure prevents the intrusion of solid foreign objects as well as liquids to a certain extent. Instrument enclosures are made from aluminum, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) plastic, stainless steel and, for certain models, polyester with fiberglass reinforcing.

Instrument enclosures come in many varieties to accommodate the wide array of electronic instruments. For small handheld instruments, enclosures may be custom-contoured to the shape of the device and designed to provide long-lasting protection and shock absorption. Desktop instruments can generally be housed in a box-like enclosure that is manageable in size and durability, protecting against spills and accidental contact. Wall mounted enclosures keep their contents close to the electronic equipment the instruments control while shielding them from dust, dirt, splashing water and other undesirable contact. Electronic instruments are used in many applications, especially for precision work in scientific, engineering, medical and technological fields. Possible instrument uses include control panels, operation switches, measuring devices and more. New ways of making enclosures safe and effective are constantly being researched due to the demand for and critical nature of electronic instruments.


The parts of an instrument enclosure vary depending on the application. Hand held enclosures may have slide-on covers or a knockout for a LCD screen. Desktop enclosures may have vents, handles, locking mechanisms and membrane keyboards while wall mounted enclosures are frequently hung on DIN rail with the ability to slide into position. Other options incorporate neoprene seals or watertight gaskets, transparent lids or covers, recessed areas for labels or keypads, cylinder catches, lock covers, thermometers, drains, air dyers and special coatings to shield the contents from static electricity or EMI/RFI (electromagnetic and radio frequency interference). Metal enclosures can be constructed of cold rolled sheet metal that is welded for a smooth seam; aluminum is usually extruded. Plastics, fiberglass and composite materials are gaining favor in certain situations because of their corrosion resistance, durability and weight. No matter what the material is, however, there are certain standards to which all enclosures must adhere. NEMA, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, UL, the Underwriters Laboratories and the IP Code, or the International Protection Rating are all used to identify the enclosure's strengths and applicable functions as determined by the conditions they can withstand. For example, the common NEMA Type 4X enclosure can be used indoors or outdoors to protect its contents against corrosion, windblown dust, rain, sleet, snow, splashing or hose-directed water and the external formation of ice.



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Instrument Cabinets – Equipto Electronics Corporation
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