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#186921 - 06/04/09 05:45 PM Electrical Panel Enclosers???
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Looking for info on Electrical Encloser with Lock & handle for 200 amp 3 phase 42 circuit panel.
I know SQ D makes them for there panels But can't find a photo or info on them. Can anyone give me a link??
Even Hoffman Enclosers???
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#186923 - 06/04/09 06:08 PM Re: Electrical Panel Enclosers??? [Re: Yoopersup]
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Hoffmanonline.com

Courtesy of google
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#186924 - 06/04/09 06:09 PM Re: Electrical Panel Enclosers??? [Re: HotLine1]
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Found that but not Encloser

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#186926 - 06/04/09 06:14 PM Re: Electrical Panel Enclosers??? [Re: Yoopersup]
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Are you looking for an enclosure to mount the panel in??

Try Carlon. I had PVC/FG enclosures to install panels inside of in a corrosive area.

I'll be back
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#186927 - 06/04/09 06:16 PM Re: Electrical Panel Enclosers??? [Re: HotLine1]
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Carlon.com has items that you may like
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#186929 - 06/04/09 06:27 PM Re: Electrical Panel Enclosers??? [Re: HotLine1]
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Nope
Probally well have a WP or 3R rateing with Lock & handle /
I know SQ & Hoffman T makes um just can'T Locate them?
Yoopersup
Looking for an encloser for a Public area where can have Lock & Handle with encloser.

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#186940 - 06/05/09 09:21 PM Re: Electrical Panel Enclosers??? [Re: Yoopersup]
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One of my customers makes the enclosures you are looking for. They often use them in parks or to house outdoor switchgear.
They sell all over the US web site www.tejasenclosures.com

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#187045 - 06/11/09 12:43 PM Re: Electrical Panel Enclosers??? [Re: Yoopersup]
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Yes, Square D has NEMA 3R/12 enclosures, with vault style handles, for their NQ and NF panelboards.

Most enclosure companies include standard vault style handles only on their 'very' large enclosures. For enclosures <60" in height, a lockable twisting handle is usually offered as a field installed accessory.

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#187052 - 06/11/09 08:14 PM Re: Electrical Panel Enclosers??? [Re: JBD]
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It depends on how "public" this area is but we just use a regular 3R panel and a padlock in the community park.
If they are going to break off a padlock, the handle just requires a bigger rock.
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#187053 - 06/11/09 08:17 PM Re: Electrical Panel Enclosers??? [Re: gfretwell]
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If it is a safety/liability concern, replace the dead front cover screws with tamper resistant.
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