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SUPPLEMENT ENCLOSURES & ENCLOSURE FURNITURE


Spelsberg introduces the GEOS enclosure range


Spelsberg GEOS enclosure channels users to market-leading electrical protection


W


hen you’re specifying enclosures for a challenging application, you’re going to want a product that lasts. Having been at the


forefront of the industry for well over a century, Spelsberg is well aware of these requirements, as the new GEOS range of industrial and outdoor enclosures illustrates. Toughness, however, is a singular ingredient in the recipe of the GEOS: end users also get an innovative sealing system, lightweight construction and an inherent ability to face almost any electrical protection application head on. What differentiates the GEOS from its competitors, and even other


Spelsberg enclosures, is its Drain Protect seal system. In a traditional enclosure, rain or snow can collect around the lid seal area, this can eventually compromise the integrity of the seal. By utilising drainage channels built into its tough polycarbonate chassis, the GEOS sends collected water to the rear of the enclosure, away from the access point. To further seal the deal, an overlapping cover and an elastomer seal are incorporated to ensure further integrity. The GEOS range embodies Spelsberg’s approach to heavy duty protection. With impact protection rated to IK 09 and ingress protection at either IP66 or IP67 (depending on customer preference), the most aggressive atmospheres are amply catered for. Resistance to the elements is the minimum benchmark for Spelsberg, so protection from weather conditions, UV rays, temperature and corrosion is factored in. Indoor or outdoor – the GEOS will perform. Professionals


Indoor or outdoor – the GEOS will perform


in the automation, energy or communications industries take note. The range is not a one-size-fits-all affair either. Flexibility is built into the GEOS, as no electrical system or facility is ever the same. Ten basic models are offered, with a


variety of sizes and side wall measurements designed to offer versatility. You can choose between opaque or transparent lids for inspection purposes, or you may want screw or quick release closure and a BEL Air condensate protection element. The options are there. Standard options are complemented by Spelsberg’s dedicated customisation service, which is ready to tailor the GEOS to your exact specification and preferences. Custom entry points and engraving as well as pre-assembled accessories such as DIN rails, terminals and printed labels are available, with end users able to receive functional samples of their optimum enclosure in 24 hours. This rapid service ensures that contractors can specify a perfectly suited bespoke solution without threatening the project timeline. The GEOS range of enclosures is the latest result to come from Spelsberg’s focus on delivering quality, flexibility and performance


to its customers. Highly proficient as a heavy-duty enclosure, the GEOS takes enclosure integrity to the next level. With innovative standard features and an almost limitless selection of customisations, the GEOS ensures that end users can attain the levels of electrical protection vital to their continued reliability of operations.


Spelsberg www.spelsberg.co.uk


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