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Mini cabinets increase flexibility for outdoor installers

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Intertec Instrumentation

Intertec Instrumentation

The new MiniCab housings (photo) combine a relatively high containment capacity with convenient pipe stand or wall mounting, and feature a flat full-size hinged door for quick and easy access. They are designed to help users simplify the layout, installation and maintenance of outdoor equipment without having to recourse to large-footprint, free-standing cabinets. MiniCabs are especially suitable for protecting smaller-scale field-based installations, such as electrical, analytical or safety equipment against the effects of weather and unauthorized access. The company is initially launching the MiniCab 44 model, which has a volume of approximately 44 L; larger versions will follow. — Intertec Instrumentation Ltd., Sarnia, Ont., Canada

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