March 21st, 2013
Integra Enclosures Protect Stadium Wi-Fi Components
Professional sports franchises and college athletic programs know how attached many of us have become to our smart phones and other wireless devices.
So, they’re installing Wi-Fi networks in their stadiums.
In a press conference last year, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell called an audible to team management: Go wireless to deepen the fan experience.
Via this game-changing strategy,...
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 polycarbonate box will be the solution they are looking for to protect heavy, large equipment, we...
October 25th, 2011
One of the best parts of the enclosure business is learning about the varied industries and environments our customers work in every day. And because of that fact, our enclosures are built to live and protect equipment just about anywhere…
Integra Polycarbonate Enclosures are a smart choice for marinas and other marine applications because they can withstand the extreme temperature conditions of the sea. Whether the frigid winter wind or the burning summer sun, Integra...
September 26th, 2011
This is the 2nd of 3 posts in which I’m walking through some of the key enclosure features you should be looking for. In my last post, I covered some common materials and structure options available to those in the market for an enclosure. This post picks up where we left off and discusses some of the most common configurability options an enclosure should feature.
Will your application require your enclosure to have holes or slots? Before making a purchase,...
August 4th, 2011
There are many important differences that set polycarbonate enclosures apart from enclosures made of fiberglass. The most important differences are: strength, durability and modifiability.
Need to visualize the difference? Check out our neat chart.
Polycarbonate enclosures are over four times stronger than fiberglass enclosures. Polycarbonate enclosures can withstand over 900 pounds of impact,...
June 14th, 2011
When it’s time to acquire an enclosure, many purchasers don’t spend enough time considering impact resistance. Even though weathering impact from debris or other environmental conditions is a primary function of enclosures, we often expect our boxes to do this flawlessly without considering the wide range of materials and various levels of strength represented in the enclosure industry.
Many enclosures users are turning to polycarbonate...