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Backflow Enclosure Aesthetics Guide


Architects, building owners, and everyone else involved in the decision is under the assumption that backflow enclosures have to be an eye-sore. Well, this new guide to enclosure aesthetics is here to change your mind.

You'll learn about: 

  • Colors
  • Landscaping
  • Sizing
  • Placement
  • Wraps


Engineer's Guide to Industrial Enclosure Design

guides-page--design-guide.jpg"Too often stock type solutions force engineers into compromising on enclosure design” comments Craig Carmon, president.

 “But we’re engineers and we understand each project is an engineering challenge in addition to a series of commercial considerations - we want to help engineers understand the range of options they have, and how to design the ideal custom equipment enclosure.”

The guide provides an overview of five key design considerations including:

  • size and strength
  • climate control
  • aesthetics and protection
  • access and maintenance
  • application flexibility

Best Practices in Backflow Prevention & Protection Guide

Best Practices in Backflow

Did you know that 60% of public water systems are designed without proper backflow prevention? This poses serious health, safety and liability risks. 

There is no easy solution to this problem, but the collaborative efforts of municipalities, health officials and engineers can make a significant difference. This starts with learning the best practices from what others around the country are already implementing.

Our guide, Best Practices in Backflow Prevention & Protection can serve as a starting point for these efforts. Download our free guide and you will learn more about:

  • The various types of backflow and backflow prevention
  • Common installations
  • Best Practices
  • Emerging Trends
  • Aesthetics and Design Recommendations

...and so much more. Are you ready to raise the standards in your area? Download our guide today!

How to Buy a Custom Industrial Enclosure


This new checklist is designed to walk you through all the necessary steps for designing and buying a custom enclosure. It's quick and easy and the whole list is only a few pages long. Check off what you need and take notes as you follow the steps.

  1. Determine the protection you need
  2. Measure your equipment and size the enclosure
  3. Consider ongoing maintenance and equipment needs
  4. Think about the extras
  5. Collaborate on the design with manufacturer
  6. Issue the purchase order