ULTRALINE® FRP Enclosures

FRP-Fiberglass Reinforced Polyester

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ULTRALINE Group PhotoULTRALINE® fiberglass reinforced polyester enclosures come standard with patented mounting options, including an out-of-the-box mounting flange or adjustable mounting feet to cover various mounting configurations.  Featuring molded latch keepers, a tongue and groove seal design, and a flange design that can be retrofit to competition, ULTRALINE is the ultimate in nonmetallic enclosures.  A clear polycarbonate cover option is also available for instrumentation applications where critical electronic equipment must be visible and protected from the elements.

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Ultraline (AMU Series) Features & Benefits

AMU1084LF

• Eight Sizes ranging from 6x6x4 through 20x16x10

• Patented (US Pat #7,572,975) multi-mounting capability

• Out-of-the-box flange design – factory installed

• Flange mount hole pattern match “VJ”, “J”, and “A” series
competitive foot prints

• Optional foot mount brackets for multi-directional mounting

• Capable of mounting vertically or horizontally

• Mounting dimensions molded into the enclosure base

• Durable polycarbonate feet/flanges withstand cracking during wall mount assembly

• Feet and Flanges act as an enclosure pad on uneven surfaces
without allowing it to be drawn down and bind, or crack

AMU1426HW

• Feet and Flange pads also allow air space between the
enclosure and a warm machine or mounting wall

• Cover/Base design is flush, aesthetically pleasing, modern
architecture

• Clear polycarbonate instrumentation cover where critical
electronic equipment must be visible and protected from the
elements

• Solid/opaque covers come with a drill point pattern inside for
hole modifications when required

• Molded hinge and latch keeper designs eliminate wall
penetrations

• Tongue and groove, formed-in-place gasket system achieves
NEMA Type 4X rating

• Allied Moulded Ultraguard® fiberglass reinforced polyester
material formulation

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