FIBOX is a global manufacturer of corrosion resistant, non-metallic enclosures for the electronic and electrical industry. Our NEMA 4X enclosures protect your product from hostile environments! We have over 1000 off the shelf sizes with numerous accessories from back panels to ventilation devices.
Engineered Products Company (EPCO) is the premier brand supplier of specialty products to Electrical Distributors and Contractors. Headquartered in Minnetonka, MN (a suburb west of Minneapolis), EPCO has supported the electrical industry since 1976 by supplying a broad range of standard and... Read More
Ericson Manufacturing is a leader in the manufacture of Temporary Jobsite Power Distribution Centers; Jobsite, Task, Hazardous Location and Construction Lighting; Electrical Wiring devices to include extreme environment submersible style; jobsite personal protection Ground Fault Circuit...
Strongwell’s QUAZITE® precast polymer concrete products include a wide variety of splice/pull boxes, equipment enclosures, traffic signal cabinet bases, and electrical and telecommunications equipment pads. QUAZITE® is stronger yet weighs significantly less than traditional concrete, making...
Fibox ’s ARCA non-metallic enclosures provide users of classic electrical junction boxes an easy upgrade path to a high performance enclosure featuring 21st century technology. Precision, injection molded, ARCA enclosures feature excellent chemical and corrosion resistance and the wide... Read more
ALU enclosures provide rigid construction, high impact resistance and they can be used at a wide range of operating temperatures. They provide excellent protection against petroleum, hydraulic oils, alcohols and solvents. Aluminum enclosures are electrically conductive. Read more
CARDMASTER enclosures are ideal for packaging instrumentation, measurement, monitoring and process control equipment. The CARDMASTER range features two compartments – one for circuit boards and operator controls and readouts, and another one for terminal and interface wiring. Read more