STI’s EnviroArmour Waterproof Fiberglass Enclosures

EnviroArmour Enclosures from Safety Technology International are ideal for electronic products which require physical or environmental protection.

Safety Technology International (STI), a manufacturer of protective enclosures, cages and push buttons, introduces its lockable EnviroArmour Enclosures, available in waterproof fiberglass and polycarbonate.

The EnviroArmour Enclosures are ideal for remote annunciators, fire alarm control panels and other electronic products which require physical or environmental protection.

The non-metallic fiberglass enclosures come in 20 different models and help protect against vandalism (accidental or intentional), tampering, theft, dirt, dust and grime, according to the company. The covers are lockable and offer a screw-down, removable door.

The enclosures are ideal for protection against rain, sleet, snow, splashing water, hose-directed water and impact. They come in a variety of sizes and options, including the choice of a clear or opaque door.

Ventilation options for the enclosures include:

  • A/C with heat
  • A/C only
  • Heat only
  • Filter Fans
  • Drain vents
  • Hygrostats
  • Thermostats
  • Pressure compensation vents

The covers are UN-stabilized for outdoor use, UL50 Type 3R, 4, 4X, 6P, 12 and IP66.

STI also offers 26 models of polycarbonate enclosures. These can also be used for indoor or outdoor applications, including control panels, medical equipment, alarm panels, wireless equipment and DVR’s.

Polycarbonate models come with the option of a tinted or opaque door and can be mounted both vertically and horizontally.

All models are UL Listed to U.S. and Canadian safety standards and are made in the U.S.A.

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