Impact vs Premium Line Polycarbonate Enclosures



March 11th, 2016

We’ve compiled this list of key differences between our Premium and Impact lines of polycarbonate enclosures for the next time you specify.

If you’ve already been considering Integra’s polycarbonate enclosures for purchase, you may have run in to two names of our core product lines: Impact and Premium (and maybe also “Genesis,” but more on that later). You might be wondering, then, which line will better serve your needs? We sell plenty of both product lines,...

Making the Switch to Polycarbonate Enclosures

Integra Enclosures


July 25th, 2014

It is no secret that Integra Enclosures is an advocate for the use of the material polycarbonate in enclosures. Polycarbonate has made a huge difference in Integra’s capabilities and offerings. Overlooking the advantages to this non-metallic enclosure could be a costly mistake, so answering the questions “what is polycarbonate” and “why use it” is a good step for companies to take when...

Hazards of Fiberglass

Integra Enclosures


February 6th, 2014

Lung Complications, Itchy Throat, Nose Bleeds, Skin Rashes –   The Real Hazards of Fiberglass


As children, we crawled into the attic and were filled with delight at the sight of fluffy pink clouds. However, our parents warned us never to touch the mesmerizing material. Home insulation is often the first thing that comes to mind when we hear the word “fiberglass,” but there are many other uses for the material – one being enclosures.

Polycarbonate Electrical Enclosures Are The Light At The End of The Tunnel

Integra Enclosures


January 29th, 2014


Working in the mining industry can be a dangerous occupational choice for a number of reasons. Miners can be exposed to hazardous materials, intense vibration from explosions, tunnel collapses and many other dangers. Mining is just as hazardous for essential electrical equipment, so the housing used to protect electrical devices not only has to be able to withstand the intense conditions of a mining environment, but also has to keep the inside contents intact to keep production moving...

Non-Metallic Enclosure Types Are The Best At Communicating

Integra Enclosures


January 15th, 2014


Wireless applications can be found in all corners of the world and Integra Enclosures® are used in various unique environments to help house the fragile devices that keep these networks running. Integra has identified the needs companies have to protect their communication devices, and we believe our non-metallic enclosure types are the best for the job.

Don’t Overlook the Advantages of Non-Metallic Enclosures

Integra Enclosures


December 13th, 2013


Stainless steel has a nice, polished appearance and a sleek look. It has proven itself to be a strong protective force in the enclosure industry, but there is a new kid on the block. The exclusively polycarbonate enclosures from Integra Enclosures’© have proven to be heavy hitters in the battle of the boxes. The advantages...

Poly Wins in Match against Fiberglass and Metal

Integra Enclosures


June 5th, 2013

This month, we’ve been hard at work on an informational article examining how polycarbonate stacks up against two of the most commonly used materials in the enclosure industry: fiberglass and stainless.


If you’d like to check it out, we’re offering the article up for free on our website.



Integra Enclosures Get in the Game

Integra Enclosures


March 21st, 2013
Integra Stadium Wi-Fi

Integra Enclosures Protect Stadium Wi-Fi Components


Integra in 2012

Jim McWilliams


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...

Where in the World Are Integra Enclosures?

Integra Enclosures


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…