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Wiegmann's KwikHinge Enclosure Line


Wiegmann introduces the KwikHinge line of freestanding and floor-mount electrical enclosures with removable doors. These new products simplify installing sub-panels. Wiegmann, part of Hubbell Commercial Construction, provides innovative electrical products to OEM, industrial and commercial markets.

Wiegmann's KwikHinge enclosures feature sliding hinge pins. This enables quick and easy sub-panel installation or door modifications. Users can remove enclosure doors in seconds, thanks to a design that upgrades previous long continuous hinge designs. Just as quickly, the door can be reinstalled to provide protection and security.

The KwikHinge pins are fabricated of heavy duty 316 stainless steel. A retainer clip keeps each pin with the cabinet hinge, so it can't be lost when the door is removed. The hinges themselves are concealed on the backside of the doors. Doors open 170° and seal with poured-in-place gaskets.

The Wiegmann KwikHinge enclosure line, previously the WRD series, includes over 70 different single or double door enclosures. Double door models also include removable center posts. The enclosures are built of either carbon steel with a polyester powder finish or 304 stainless steel. Units include heavy duty lifting eyes for easy handling and Uni-strut mounting channels welded to the interior sides. 

These Wiegmann enclosures provide NEMA 3R, 4 and 12 as well as IP66 protection for electrical components from dust, dirt and water. Adding rack mount accessories make them ideal for protecting sensitive electronic components in harsh industrial environments. Stainless steel models are great for use in corrosive environments.

The company's innovative products provide facility managers, OEMs and electrical contractors an effective way to reduce time spent in installation or modification.

Wiegmann KwikHinge enclosures are available now. Find more information at www.hubbell.com

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