Solutions Direct Now Distributing New NEMA 4X Polycarbonate Enclosure Product Line

January 31, 2013 - "Press Releases"

The Polyline™ series of injection molded products by industry leader Allied Moulded Products, Inc. is now available on Solutions Direct. The line of enclosures is made of polycarbonate thermoplastic, which is suited for new applications as the characteristics of the material include durability, greater impact strength, and modification for both indoor and outdoor environments. In addition to being an authorized distributer of Allied Moulded’s Polyline™ series, Solutions Direct also offers a line of thermal management products including metal and non-metallic enclosures.

The resiliency of the polycarbonate enclosures makes them ideal for use in taxing environments like chemical plants, irrigation and water control, waste water treatment, and outdoor wireless installations. The Polyline™ offer several mounting as well as latching options to choose from depending on intended applications. In addition to having an impact strength that is greater than other non-metallic materials, thermoplastic is not affected by the harmful qualities of UV light. These watertight, corrosion resistant enclosures come in five models and in sizes ranging from 6” x 6” x 4” to 14” x 12” x 6” and can be easily modified as this thermoplastic does not create dust or splinter the way fiberglass materials tend to do. Another advantage of these enclosures is that polycarbonate is 20% to 25% cheaper to manufacture than other non-metallic products, which means end users will see significant savings.

Allied Moulded Inc. has over fifty years of industry experience manufacturing non-metallic electrical products and fiberglass reinforced materials that are made in the U.S.A. and are used in demanding applications across the globe. Solutions Direct Online is an authorized online distributer of these materials and enclosures, and takes pride in offering high quality products at competitive prices to their industrial customers.

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