NEMA


What to Look for in Outdoor Electrical Enclosures

Integra Enclosures

Integra

August 9th, 2016

We’ll help you find an outdoor electrical enclosure that can stand up to both the elements and the test of time.

What to Look for in Outdoor Electrical Enclosures

NEMA Type 4 Enclosures – Indoor Safeguard

Integra Enclosures

Integra

December 19th, 2013

 

Working in an industrial setting often means working in a demanding, potentially dangerous work environment and that requires companies to comply with high standards for safety and proper procedures. Similarly, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) sets high standards for safety and performance for the equipment used in manufacturing and other industries. Integra Enclosures®...

NEMA Type 6P Enclosures-Keeping Electronics Dry and Safe

Integra Enclosures

Integra

November 19th, 2013

 

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association serves as the respected source for the electrical industry’s standards. The purpose of NEMA standards is to reassure consumers the products they are buying will meet certain levels of performance and quality essential for protecting mission-critical electronics and other components. The standards are based on testing and cover concerns such as safety,...

Swinging Through Types of Hinged Enclosures

Integra Enclosures

Integra

November 1st, 2013

 

Electrical enclosures require a lot of unique pieces for efficient performance. Hinges are just one small, yet vital, piece of the puzzle. The hinges you select for an enclosure determine the allowed range of motion, the ease of installation, removal or replacement of the door and the security of the components inside. Reviewing the types of...

Four Thoughts on Manufacturing Leadership: Guiding a Product to Market

Jim McWilliams

Jim

May 7th, 2012

2011 was a big year for Integra Enclosures. We rolled out one of our most important products yet, the Genesis Line 24x24x10—the largest enclosure of its kind and specs to hit the U.S. market. A product rollout like this is a monumental endeavor, which began more than four years ago. I was recently asked, “what would you have changed or kept the same about the process of guiding this product...

Integra in 2012

Jim McWilliams

Jim

February 23rd, 2012

2012 is shaping up to be one of our busiest yet here at Integra Enclosures. With the late last summer release of the Genesis 24x24x10 enclosures line (the first of its size and specs to hit the market), you can be sure that producing it and spreading the word about this new product will be at the top of our list throughout 2012. And after hearing from dozens of our customers that this new, larger...

Introduction to NEMA Types: 101

Integra Enclosures

Integra

May 31st, 2011

NEMA types are meant to demystify the enclosure purchase process and provide a clear set of standards to make sure your electronics are well protected. But if you’re new to NEMA, the numbered codes can prove confusing. Below is a quick intro to NEMA enclosure types and what they mean to enclosure purchasers.