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Cabinet Can Chill or Heat Panels as Needed - Safety Technology International, Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
The Metal Protective Cabinet allows alarm control panels, or other areas requiring UL Type 4 protection, to be protected from extreme temperatures. The extra large, heavy-duty metal enclosure guards against vandalism, as well as dirt, dust and grime. It is large enough to house significantly sized electronic devices with space to spare. An AC/heater unit is externally mounted to minimize space intrusion. The enclosures mount to the wall, enabling the units to be protected in their designated location. Both the enclosure and AC/heater unit have a durable finish. Enclosure is available with or without a window.
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