Bare Apparatus Enclosure Part Numbers

Bare apparatus enclosures come in a variety of sizes. To aid in a quick response for a quotation, Table 1 illustrates how to derive a part number. If given a part number, responses to quotations can be immediate. If there is a particular size you desire that is not listed or you would like to customize your order, responses to your request will be within 24 hrs.

Gilbert Electrical Systems | Bare Apparatus Enclosure Part Numbers | Beaver, West Virginia

Gilbert Electrical Systems | Bare Apparatus Enclosure Part Numbers | Beaver, West Virginia
  Gilbert Electrical Systems | Bare Apparatus Enclosure Part Numbers | Beaver, West Virginia
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Table 2 - Options
Code Description
 -P2 Penta-head bolt door handles
 -C2 Hex-head bolt door handles
 -B2G GPO-3 fiberglass 40 inch hinged door barrier
 -B2L Lexan®1 40 inch hinged door barrier
 -L2G GPO-3 fiberglass 40 inch lift-out door barrier
 -L2L Lexan® 40 inch lift-out door barrier
Window for door. Example: if 1 window for 2 doors are required, the code is
 -W# -W2.
 -NV No venting. Solid panels provided in place of vents.

Table 3 - Mounting Rails and Hardware
Part No. Description
 KM40A
 40 inch long angle
 KM40C  40 inch long channel
 KM52A  52 inch long angle
 KM52C  52 inch long channel
 KM64A  64 inch long angle
 KM64C  64 inch long channel
 KM70A  70 inch long angle
 KM70C  70 inch long angle
  There are many ways to customize your order in lieu of different sizes. Items such as protective barriers behind each door, penta head door handles, dead front, live front, etc. Since different needs require different enclosures, Table 2 is a list of options that may guide you in constructing a Gilbert Electrical Systems part number. Just add these options to the end of your number from above in succession if more that one option is available. The first two options in Table 2 are door handles. Standard Eberhard door handles are provided unless replaced by these options. The following four options are protective barriers. Utilities, electric companies, and REA sometimes require these protective barriers, which are located directly behind the door. All barriers are Nema and IEEE compliant.

The final two options are windows in the doors and no venting. If ordering a window in the doors please specify how many doors must have windows in them by adding a number immediately after the –W.

No unit is complete without universal mounting rails and hardware (Table 3). To mount electrical equipment such as PT’s, CT’s, switches, capacitors, and all other items, universal mounting rails and hardware is a must.

These sturdy angle and channel brackets attach easily to the unit via mounting holes located in the door and side panel facings. With their universal mounting hole arrangement the rails are sure to fit any desired hole pattern or whatever your needs may be.

When requesting pricing for mounting rails, keep in mind price breaks are given at quantities of ten, twenty and fifty. If ordering with enclosures, rails are shipped inside.

1. Lexan® is a registered trademark of SABIC Innovative Plastics.

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