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Built to Survive – Hoffman Flameproof Enclosures

Whether you need an explosion proof enclosure or a junction box that can withstand a chemically corrosive environment Hoffman has you covered. Hoffman (a division of Pentair) offers a variety of enclosures and other products specifically designed to withstand hazardous environments.  Hoffman’s EJBX series junction boxes are a prime example of the type of extreme products that Hoffman manufacturers.

Hoffman EJBX junction boxes are flameproof enclosures designed to house electrical equipment such as circuit breakers, remote switches, and transformers. EJBX enclosures are applicable for Zone 1, 2, 21 or 22 with ATEX and IECEx certifications.

EJBX Junction Box Features:

  • AISI 316L stainless steel enclosure with stainless steel bolts and screws for superior corrosion resistance
  • High temperature-resistant silicone gasket provides IP66 / 67 rating
  • Welded mounting brackets for easy installation
  • Internal mounting panel
  • Body and cover can be drilled and threaded according to customers’ specifications
  • Internal and external earth screws

Online Ordering + Local Service

Whether you’re looking for the EJBX series junction boxes or another hazardous location enclosure, bisco industries is your local authorized distributor for Hoffman.  In fact, we have recently updated our e-commerce store with product specifications, pricing, and availability for hundreds of Hoffman items. Avoid the hassle of waiting for a quote; find pricing, availability, and place orders at the click of a button at biscoind.com.

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