Built for project engineers, this free resource goes through in detail the 5 main considerations when designing an optimal enclosure for industrial applications.
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A Safe-T-Cover industrial enclosure provides freeze protection and vandal protection for backflow preventers, pumps and valves. Years of engineering protective hot boxes has led to our tried and tested aluminum design.
Safe-T-Cover’s heated enclosures are Standard ASSE 1060 certified for class I, II, and III. Our patented slab-mounted heater provides more heat per cubic inch than some other manufacturers and is certified for damp/wet conditions.
Our backflow enclosures come in more than fifty standard sizes to cover backflow preventers from all the leading manufacturers: Ames, Conbraco (Apollo), Febco, Watts and Wilkins (Zurn). A backflow cover does not have to be an eyesore, so our boxes come in four colors at the standard price.
For climates where the temperature can fall below freezing for a few days a time, adding a heater to the backflow enclosure is basically common sense. It's one of those decisions that could fall into ...
The most common objection we hear about the use of above ground enclosures for backflow preventers is the aesthetics. We get it. No one wants another big, shiny box distracting customers from the ...
Utility contractors are noticing that water jurisdictions across the US are changing their standard details to include the above-ground installation of RPZ valves. Because RPZs provide the best ...
HOW TO SIZE A CUSTOM ENCLOSURE - START WITH A SKETCH The biggest factor impacting the cost of the enclosure is the size. By drawing it out, you can make sure your equipment enclosure is the perfect ...