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QuestionsCategory: Questions - Chris LloydFuture proofing for enclosures?
Adam Morgan asked 6 months ago

Hello,
Do you know how I can future proof my electrical installation without specifying a distribution box larger than I need?
Any information you can provide on the matter would be very helpful!
Regards,
Adam

1 Answers
Best Answer
Chris Lloyd Staff answered 6 months ago

Hello Adam,
Good question!
Flexibility is key to future-proofing electrical systems. Only in this way is it possible to address changing needs in switchgear constructions while optimising equipment footprint. The most effective way to create easily scalable electrical installations is to use modular, interconnecting enclosures.
To support forward-looking customers and accommodate expansions or other modifications in switchgear equipment, Spelsberg developed the GTi series of distribution boxes. These have open sides that allow multiple GTi enclosures to be assembled together. As a result, the installation can grow without impacting the IP65 rating or having to manually knock-out side walls.
Customers can specify their enclosures to the exact size to meet their current needs, optimising space utilisation without worrying about future modifications. If it is necessary to alter the electrical system, the enclosures are extremely easy to assemble and alter. Therefore, the GTi range of enclosures can accommodate both long-term and short-term changes.
Furthermore, the GTi systems are made of robust glass-fibre reinforced polycarbonate in order to withstand corrosion, UV and adverse weather conditions as well as external mechanical impacts. In this way, customers can benefit from extended service life.
To learn more about Spelsberg’s GTi range of enclosures, visit: https://www.spelsberg.com/solutions/switchgear-construction/switchgear-construction-overview/
For additional information about our GTi series and to look at the product range, visit: https://www.spelsberg.com/gti-iso-switchgears/empty-housing/
If you have additional questions or would like a bespoke modular, interconnecting system, please feel free to send me a private message to discuss the requirements of your intended application.
Regards,
Chris