BRYAN, Ohio -- Allied Moulded Products, Inc. has expanded its POLYLINE® AMP Series of polycarbonate enclosures.
The POLYLINE AMP Series of injection-molded products are made from polycarbonate
, and have been available for several years. Allied Moulded is expanding the series with a new size: 10″ x 8″ x 6″ (base part number AMP1086). This new size is being offered with the same features of the existing POLYLINE product family.
Robert Knecht, Marketing & Product Manager, said:
“Our POLYLINE series of polycarbonate enclosures is growing in popularity. We’re excited to offer more sizes to fit the needs of our end users; and these are great-looking enclosures for both indoor and outdoor applications.”
POLYLINE AMP Series - Key Features
- POLYLINE comes standard with patented, multi-mounting capability, including an out-of-the-box mounting flange or adjustable mounting feet that adapt to various mounting configurations.
- The series features metallic or nonmetallic latches and molded-in latch keepers and mounting bosses, as well as a tongue-and-groove seal joint between cover and base.
- A clear polycarbonate (PC) cover option is also available for instrumental applications where critical electronic equipment must be visible and protected from the elements.
Allied Moulded continues to be one among the leading manufacturers of nonmetallic electrical enclosures and a “one-stop resource” where fiberglass and polycarbonate products can co-exist depending on the specific application characteristics and chemical compatibility requirements.
About Allied Moulded Products, Inc.
Allied Moulded Products, Inc., established in 1958, is among the leaders in the production of fiberglass reinforced and polycarbonate, nonmetallic electrical boxes and enclosures, for use in residential and industrial applications globally. The Bryan, Ohio-based manufacturer today is perfecting material and design formulations that result in products with increased strength, reduced weight, corrosion resistance, non-conductivity, UV resistance and ease of installation.
Source: Allied Moulded Products, Inc.