Discovering Bud Industries’ Steel NEMA Enclosures

When I think of the word discovery, the name that jumps into my mind is NASA. While today they are thought of for the research done on Saturn’s rings, or the proposed manned trips to Mars, for some of us, NASA will always be tied to the lunar missions of the 60’s, leading up to the first lunar landing in 1969. We, at Bud, were proud to have been a part of the NASA family, supplying products that ranged from the early control desks to enclosures that were carried by the astronauts encasing key equipment. For us, it was not only a technological achievement but also an indicator of our diverse capabilities and offerings. We are still a valued NASA supplier today.

nema-4-enclosures-snbssMuch as NASA is all about discovery, our customers are always discovering new products and opportunities as here at Bud we have the enclosure to fit their needs. Many know us for a specific segment of our product line, such as large 19” cabinet racks, but are unaware of the significant increases in NEMA steel enclosures that have become an important part of our offering. These IP66 enclosures come both in standard and stainless steel and provide a cost effective solution to your needs for a protected component. Customers in fields as diverse as automation controls, medical, oil and gas, and transportation have discovered the value of these Bud steel cabinets. With great features, and with Bud’s rapid modification program (often as little as 5 days), large local stock and amazing pricing, create your own discoveries using this or other Bud boxes and cabinets.

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About Blair Haas

CEO Bud Industries
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One Response to Discovering Bud Industries’ Steel NEMA Enclosures

  1. Mark Johnson says:

    NASA certainly has given us many innovations, from Velcro to GPS. However, with all the budget stretching, I expect fewer big innovations. It’s going to take more than an IP66 enclosure to get to Mars! While I don’t see a good reason for humans to visit Mars (other than the cool factor), the spin off technologies will probably make the effort worthwhile.

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