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These enclosures are now available in 316 stainless steel

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The TS 8 enclosure cabinet is now available in 316 stainless-steel construction for use in harsh environments, providing resistance to corrosion, high temperatures, common chlorides (such as sScreenshot 2015-12-22 09.03.39alt present in seawater), as well as chemicals, including sulfuric acid, bromides, iodides and fatty acids. The addition of the 316 stainless-steel iteration of the TS 8 extends the cabinet’s applications to oil-and-gas, water-supply and wastewater-management installations. The modular enclosure systems can be connected for further flexibility. The new TS 8 models have lower weight, while adding 30% more mounting space within, along with easier assembly, according to the manufacturer. — Rittal Corp., Schaumburg, Ill.

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