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PBUS-29-Hammond-4XSteelConsolet-400.jpgJuly 13, 2021

Introducing the Type 4 4X mild steel and stainless steel consolet series, which serves as an economical housing for operator interface applications, provides an ideal sloped surface for mounting keyboards, switches, indicator lights, and/or dials, and provides panel mounting capabilities for a variety of applications. Generally used as a stand alone enclosures, it is possible to put side by side with a base on a single plinth (for example, a 36" wide consolet with a 24" base with terminal will altogether fit on a 60" plinth). Optional casters, requiring a plinth, allow for a completely mobile, NEMA rated work station, and the consolet series feature smooth lines and clean edges which provide an attractive, contemporary appearance.


  •    -   UL 508A Type 3R, 4,12 (Stainless Steel, add 4X)
  •    -   CSA Type 3R, 4, 12, 13 (Stainless Steel, add 4X)
  •    -   EIA RS-310-E
  •    -   Complies with
    •       -   NEMA Type 3R, 4, 12 (Stainless Steel, add 4X)
    •       -   IEC 60529, IP66


  •    -   Formed 14 gauge steel bodies with 14 gauge steel door and lid.
  •    -   Also offered with formed 14 gauge 304 stainless steel bodies with 14 gauge 304 stainless steel door and lid.
  •    -   Smooth, continuously welded seams without knockouts or holes.
  •    -   Body stiffeners are provided where required for increased strength and rigidity.
  •    -   Offered in 4 widths 24", 36", 48" and 60".
  •    -   Has solid sides and back, solid door on front, 3 point adjustable lid on sloped (20°) top, and closed bottom with removable access panel.
  •    -   24" and 36" widths have single door on the front whereas 48" and 60" widths have two outside hinged doors on the front.
  •    -   Doors can be hinged from either side on 24" and 36" units.
  •    -   Door profiles provide increased strength and are pre-punched to provide mounting options.
  •    -   Formed lip on enclosure excludes flowing liquids and contaminants.
  •    -   Slotted quarter turn oil-tight latches secure the door and lid, with optional tamper resistant and locking latches available.
  •    -   Stainless steel models utilize stainless steel hardware.
  •    -   Oil resistant gaskets are permanently secured.
  •    -   Features internal stud locations for mounting optional inner panel.
  •    -   A bonding screw is provided on the door and a grounding stud is provided in the enclosure.


  •    -   Available in RAL 7035 light gray textured powder coating and natural stainless steel with a smooth, brushed finish.


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