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Sure, an industrial enclosure is great for keeping your equipment behind a locked door…but there is so much more to it!
Our engineers worked closely with the customer to design an industrial enclosure for their glycol pump systems. The first box covers a four-pump system with a tangential air separator tank and bladder tank. The second protects a three-pump glycol system with a tangential air separator tank and an expansion tank. Both are skid-mounted enclosures. Read more about glycol system enclosures here.
This enclosure is for a quench system at a glass plant. This custom enclosure is 36” wide x 108” long x 72” tall. The design includes both removable access panels for routine maintenance and a detachable roof for equipment replacement. Penetrations were added for system supply and return lines were installed in the field by the end user.
This custom enclosure also includes an exhaust fan and louver to provide ventilation for the pump during summer conditions and a slab-mounted heater to maintain a minimum temperature of 40 degrees in the winter. The customer also requested a window in specific location to allow for a quick visual inspection of the control panel and gauges. Read about quench system enclosures here.
This enclosure was installed on a packaged booster pump system skid. The enclosure includes a thermostatically-controlled exhaust fan and an intake louver that opens and closes with the operation of the exhaust fan. Notice the enclosure has a removable access panel at the control panel.
The enclosure also has a removable access panel on the opposite side of the enclosure for routine maintenance. Notice the penetration in the enclosure. The customer field-modified this panel to meet their exact need.
Climate control and sound dampening are the two most important factors for this enclosure. Other options add icing to the cake.
It’s nice to have removable panels for access and maintenance. These enclosures are big, approaching the size of small garages. Workers sometimes need to be able to access them from multiple sides. Including removable or hinged doors and panels is helpful.
Manufacturers with a modular design can more easily incorporate these types of panels into their enclosures. This customer says, “A modular enclosure allows for flexibility, better shipping and job site flexibility.” Imagine having to pay for the shipping of a small garage! Read about air conditioning pump enclosures here.
A custom enclosure needs to fit around your equipment. But when the equipment is a 200,000 gallon water tank, that means it has to pretty big. This customer requested two enclosures to cover a fire water tank. One is 169” wide by 168” long by 96” tall, and the other is a more modest 163” wide by 155” long by 96” tall. In addition to their large size, these two enclosures needed to be mounted to fit the perimeter of the massive tank.
The customer also requested removable access panels for routine maintenance and component replacement. We delivered. Read about fire water storage tank enclosures here.
Safe-T-Cover offers more than 50 standard sized backflow enclosures, but some valves have strainers, fire department connections or other factors that make them non-standard.
These two enclosures are for a 4” RPZ and a 10” DCDA with associated meter for a fire service. They needed to be lockable and include a power and temperature failure alarm. Sometimes backflow valves need to include the meter inside the enclosure and some even need to install multiple backflow valves in one enclosure. Click here to read more about this backflow preventer enclosure.