Monthly Archives: June 2019

Do You Need to Protect Electronics in Your Commercial Kitchen?

Protect Your Valuable Electronics.  It’s important to note that no matter how long you’ve been industry, that shopping for new electrical equipment for your commercial kitchen can be a bit confusing, there’s a ton of options. Some people prefer to have their kitchen equipment hardwired, as it prevents people from tripping over cords on the […]

Tell Us Where You Work, We’ll Help You Find the Right Enclosure

Find the Right Enclosure, Steeline’s engineering and design team help customers, design and build custom enclosure solutions that deliver the performance needed for specialized applications. How do you choose the right application for the job at hand? Easy, let Steeline utilize it’s experience to choose the right configurations for you. Customized solutions by Steeline may […]

Electric Enclosures for Electronics

Buying electric enclosures for electronics just got easier with Steeline Enclosures. If you are building a new home, office or business, or maybe planning to remodel over the summer months, there’s a huge change that you need an electrical enclosure to house various outside wires and components away from the weather. Electrical boxes hold switches […]

The Environment Determines the Enclosure

If you’re here, then you already know you need a steel enclosure, but there are hundreds of different options, customizations, and options for the enclosure the first thing you need to do is determine what the enclosure is protecting. Environment Determines the Enclosure Enclosures house and protect electronic and electrical components from the environment or […]

Why Steeline Enclosures?

Why Purchase Steeline Enclosures? Steeline Enclosure Solutions specializes in designing and manufacturing high-quality electrical control enclosures that are used in a wide range of industries in the U.S. and abroad. Steeline designs and fabricates steel enclosures for leading, original equipment manufacturers for a broad range of industries and environments. Steeline Enclosures manufactures to many different […]

Corrosion Resistant Enclosures

Steeline Enclosure Solutions designs, engineers and manufactures standard and custom electrical corrosion resistant steel enclosures for industries and applications of all types. Our high-quality electrical enclosures come in different varieties based on the equipment they are designed to protect and the environments the boxes are designed to endure. In this article, we’ll discuss what corrosion […]

NEMA Enclosure Industry Standard, Enclosures Built Right

Steeline Enclosures manufactures NEMA Certified Electrical Enclosures. Customized solutions designed by Steeline enclosures cover a wide variety of different avenues, and each enclosure is built to NEMA standard, ensuring that the enclosure will be made with the right and exact materials specifically for demanding environments. Each of our enclosures is built with enhanced environmental ratings: […]

Know Your Electrical Enclosure: Junction Boxes

Steeline Enclosure Solutions knows that a wide variety of industries require standard and custom-fabricated Junction Box electrical enclosures to keep operations running smoothly. Some of the many industries that use our cutting-edge electrical enclosure solutions are: automotive, utilities, building automation, food & beverage, pulp & paper, printing & publishing, energy, communications, textiles, wastewater treatment, petrochemical, […]

Using the Foam in Place Gasket

Steeline Enclosure Solutions is proud to annouce it’s new Foam in Place Gasket. We believe that this gasket is the provides superior resilience, excellent compression recovery, and it is UL approved. The Foam in Place Gasket has a superior adhesion quality to many kinds of substrates, and with no seams, or joints to leak, our […]

Sizing Your Enclosure

Correctly Size Enclosure Boxes First define L x W x H. Steeline Enclosures use this format: L x W x H (length by width by height) to measure enclosures and components that are mounted on the back panel. By doing this you have solved for the minimum internal dimensions of the enclosure. You can size […]