Recent Posts

Polycarbonate v. Fiberglass Enclosures: Understanding the Differences

Integra Enclosures

Integra

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.

 

Integra Thinks Outside the Box

Integra Enclosures

Integra

July 21st, 2011

A Brand-New Solution to the US Market

We have exciting news!  Integra has just released the newest addition to our Genesis line:  a 24x24x10 enclosure product!  We are very excited because with this new addition, we are the industry leaders of the...

UL Sets the Standard on Electrical Enclosures

Integra Enclosures

Integra

July 5th, 2011

When we tell potential customers about our enclosures, one of the product benefits we mention is that our enclosures are UL-Listed.  What exactly is a UL-listing? And why is this important?

This post explains!

The Importance of Impact Resistance

Integra Enclosures

Integra

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...

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...