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A space-saving innovation for control boxes and cabinets

By Chemical Engineering |

R. Stahl

With this company’s new cover-installation concept for Ex control boxes and cabinets, users can install components directly onto the backside of the enclosure cover (photo), rather than on mounting rails deep in the control stations. Enclosures that are equipped in this way are said to be very easy to maintain. Actuators and control elements positioned underneath them, which are fitted directly to the captive hinge cover so that they are accessible, can also be easily replaced. In just a few steps, the contact blocks and LED pilot lights can be positioned safely and precisely underneath the actuator and can be wired and controlled conveniently from below. — R. Stahl, Waldenburg, Germany

www.r-stahl.com

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