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NEMA Enclosure Types

Discussion in 'Commercial Electrical' started by Ray Thoroman, Apr 7, 2017.

  1. Ray Thoroman

    Ray Thoroman Active Community Member NACBI Member

    The purpose of this document is to provide general information on the definitions of NEMA Enclosure Types to architects, engineers, installers, inspectors and other interested parties. [For more detailed and complete information, NEMA Standards Publication 250-2003, “Enclosures for Electrical Equipment (1000 Volts Maximum)” should be consulted. This Standards Publication as well as all other NEMA publications are available from IHS @ 800 854-7179 or IHS Markit Standards Store | Engineering & Technical Information]

    https://www.nema.org/Products/Documents/nema-enclosure-types.pdf

    Another document:
    https://cdn.automationdirect.com/static/specs/encnemaratings.pdf

    NEMA VS IP:
    Equivalency Chart of NEMA Ratings and IP Codes

    IP per Wikipedia:
    IP Code - Wikipedia

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    NACBI (National Association of Commercial Building Inspectors & Thermographers) has experienced certified commercial inspectors & thermographers) all over the United States. If Southeast Building Consultants LLC does not perform Property Condition Assessments or Commercial Building Inspections in your State, we'd still be happy in putting you in contact with one of our close associates here at NACBI!
     
  2. Terry Clayton

    Terry Clayton Community Post Master NACBI Member

    Thank you for the articles and your time.
     
  3. Ray Thoroman

    Ray Thoroman Active Community Member NACBI Member

    Welcome Terry!
     
  4. Terry Clayton

    Terry Clayton Community Post Master NACBI Member

    Thanks Ray, I have been around for a while I just have been super busy with inspections, work, wife, grand-kids and renovating a house I bought O ya trying to figure out the websites thing again I have not been on for awhile.
     
  5. Chuck Forman

    Chuck Forman Community Post Master NACBI Member

    Thanks Ray!
     

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