Enclosure Pro has been a leading supplier of electrical enclosures in the United Kingdom for over 25 years. Our high-quality IP67 products are a truly ergonomic solution to your electronic packaging problems, perfect for industries in which your electrical equipment is exposed to high pressure or a harsh environment.
Our team of experts is committed to providing you with the best electrical packaging products on the market. The IP67 enclosures we stock are no exception, made from the highest-quality thermoplastic to keep your power supply properly protected.
WHAT ARE THE FEATURES OF IP67 ENCLOSURES?
Our electrical enclosures can be modified to fit your exact requirements.
We supply polycarbonate enclosures and ABS enclosures in a range of different shapes and sizes, so you can make the most of the space you have available. You can also choose between a grey or transparent door depending on what suits your needs.
There is the option of having a wall-mount enclosure if you need it and products come with push buttons, knobs and keypads that make them easy to use and maintain. Our electronic enclosures can come flanged and with suitable gaskets, making to connect them up a simpler task, and can accommodate battery compartments where necessary.
We deliver our products to suit your requirements so they are set up to work alongside your junction boxes, fuse holders, terminal blocks or din rail terminals. Get in touch with a member of our team to see what we can do for you and get a free quote.
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WHAT DOES IP67 STAND FOR?
IP stands for ingress protection and 67 indicates its IP rating. An IP rating of 67 means your electronics enclosure is protected from total dust ingress and can survive submersion in 1m of water for up to half an hour. This also means you’re protected from water spray and heavy water jets.
Basically, thermoplastic material with an IP rating of 67 can produce an almost entirely waterproof enclosure that can withstand all the pressures of an industrial environment. It’s lightweight, manoeuvrable and has relatively low maintenance costs.
While not quite as strong as it’s stainless steel counterparts, polycarbonate and ABS plastics still have a very high impact-resistance. In addition, any dents or bumps are not as noticeable in plastic as they would be with steel or aluminium enclosures.
Frequently Asked Questions
Got a question? We’ve got you covered! Below you can find some answers to our most frequently asked questions. Please feel free to get in touch with our team if we missed any questions you might have.
When installing an enclosure you should always consider the IP rating. IP stands for ingress protection (protection against foreign bodies entering the unit). An IP rating of 67 means that there will be total protection from dust and can survive being immersed underwater, from up to 1 metre for half an hour.
IP67 enclosures can be manufactured to almost any shape and size tailored to your requirements and specifications. IP67 enclosures will provide complete protection against dust and very good protection against water. They are also extremely durable and if you choose to get a polycarbonate or ABS design then they will also be extremely lightweight and low-maintenance.
An IP rating of 67 means that you will have total protection from dust and can be immersed underwater, from up to 1 meter for half an hour. This makes any IP67 units suitable for being fitted in an outside environment.