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Protect Your Systems from Hazardous Environments with Hoffman Enclosures

Hoffman (a division of Pentair) is a leading global manufacturer of enclosures. Hoffman enclosures are built to protect both your systems and the people who work in and around those systems. Whether you need to safeguard oil drill rig controls or data center servers, Hoffman has a solution for you.

Hoffman specializes in enclosures for systems that operate within hazardous environment. Hoffman’s FS66S series free-stand enclosures are a prime example of the type of solutions that Hoffman provides. The FS66S free-stand enclosures are designed to house large components such as motor starters and PLCs as well as other electronic and electrical equipment.

FS66S Global Free-Stand Type 4X Enclosure Specifications:

  • Internal grid mounting system compatible with Hoffman’s PROLINE enclosure mounting system
  • Enclosure supports evenly distributed content for Standard duty 500Kg (1102 lb.) and Heavy duty 1000Kg (2205 lb.).
  • Uni-body design with seams continuously welded and ground smooth
  • Seamless foam-in-place gasket assures a water-tight and dust-tight seal
  • Body flange trough collar channels liquids and contaminants away from door opening and installed equipment
  • Removable hidden hinges
  • Built-in plinth base that allows for flexible cable entry
  • Painted or galvanized back panels can be rear-mounted in single-access enclosures and back-to-back in dual access enclosures

More specifications and product configurations can be found on the FS66S Enclsoures catalog page.

Have Questions About Enclosure Specifications? Ready To Buy?

bisco industries is proud to be an authorized distributor for Hoffman enclosures. Bisco offers both local service and a 24/7 e-commerce store. Visit to find product specs, pricing, availability, and place orders at the click of a button.

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