Bud Industries, a leading manufacturer of electronic enclosures, has introduced the PTS Series enclosure, made of highly impact-resistant gray polycarbonate reinforced with 10 percent fiberglass. This combination offers a rugged and long-lasting protection alternative to costlier metal enclosures, and it offers an option for a clear plastic cover.
The IP67 rating combined with a continuous foam gasket provides an affordable solution for housing sensitive equipment in hazardous, dusty, and washdown factory environments, as well as in wet outdoor locations with extreme weather conditions. In addition to IP67, the series is rated UL508, NEMA Type 4X, and Type 6.
Application environments include chemical plants, pulp/paper mills, corrosive environments, and powder/dust processing environments. The enclosure is exceptionally well suited for housing access controls, lighting, control boxes, WiFi and radio housings. The boxes are also non-chlorinated and non-brominated flame retardant with a UL-94 5VA rating. Additionally, the PTS series is RoHs compliant.
The new enclosure is available in 15 sizes ranging from 2.56 inches x 1.97 inches x 2.17 inches to 22.05 inches x 11.02 inches x 5.12 inches. The cover attaches with non-metallic screws.
The PTS Series expands Bud’s already existing line of fiberglass-reinforced polycarbonate boxes, which includes the PIP and the PTQ Series of NEMA IP67 rated enclosures.
PTS Series boxes are available from stock at prices starting at $5.45 with quantity discounts available.
For downloadable drawings, visit the Bud website www.budind.com. Enclosure modifications are readily available from the factory. Only Bud offers five-day turnaround on simple modifications such as holes and cutouts.
Accessories include steel/plastic internal mounting plate (PTX) and external mounting brackets, steel (NBX) or plastic (PIX).
For more information on Bud’s PTS Series enclosures, visit the PTS fiberglass box web page.