Electrical installations and wiring in marine vessels, like many offshore installations, needs to be protected from harsh environmental conditions. For example, splashes of salt water can cause corrosion, in addition to condensate water.
To meet the protection needs that these outdoor applications require, the most suitable solutions from Spelsberg are from the TK PC, Abox-i PC and Abox-i SL ranges of enclosures. These are DNV certified, meaning that they comply with the world’s leading classification society for the maritime industry.
When it comes to reliability and robustness, these series can offer up to IP 66 ingress protection rating, preventing water and dust from entering the system. In addition, they are made of polycarbonate (PC), so they can withstand exposure to UV light as well as extreme weather conditions. Finally, they are highly resistant to mechanical stress.
To learn more about the capabilities and performance required for electrical housings in unprotected outdoor areas, such as ships and other offshore installations, check: https://www.spelsberg.com/solutions/enclosure-technology/areas-of-application/unprotected-outdoor-areas/
Our TK and Abox-i ranges of electrical enclosures/junction boxes for outdoor use also comes with a variety of accessories, such as DNI rail, knockouts cable glands, mounting place and transparent lids. These elements help users like you to customise the solution to address specific needs and get the right setup.
To look at our full TK PC portfolio of electrical enclosures and accessories for exterior installations, visit: https://www.spelsberg.com/industrial-housing/with-/-without-metric-knock-outs/exterior-installation/
To learn more about the Abox-i series, click here: https://www.spelsberg.com/junction-boxes/exterior-area-ip65/ip66-up-to-2402/
If you have any additional requirements for intended application, please feel free to send me a private message. I’d be happy to discuss with you the specific needs that your enclosure needs to meet.
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