MRO Magazine

Non-Metallic Enclosure Facilitates Wireless Transmission

Stahlin non-metallic enclosures have been chosen by Control Works to house a variety of control panels for its customers, primarily municipal wastewater and industrial (chemical, food processing and instrumentation). These glass-fibre enclosures h...


September 1, 2004
By MRO Magazine

Stahlin non-metallic enclosures have been chosen by Control Works to house a variety of control panels for its customers, primarily municipal wastewater and industrial (chemical, food processing and instrumentation). These glass-fibre enclosures hold up well against hydrogen sulfide, a gas found in most wastewater facilities that is very corrosive to metals such as iron, steel, copper and brass. In addition, they afford corrosion protection from UV, salt and diverse chemical agents. There is increasing demand for wireless control panels, and the glass fibre enclosures provide virtually no interference to signal transmission, unlike metal enclosures.

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