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breakage. Stainless steel has better impact resistance and can withstand the adverse effects of repeated washdown cycles. These are all the reasons
for increased usage within food processing and pharmaceutical facilities.
High-performance polymers. The vast majority of motor disconnect applications are well served by disconnects with a non-metallic enclosure.
These polymer housings have a lot going for them. Non-metallic housings generally cost less than a comparable metallic housing. Non-metallics also
cost less to install-in part because they are easier to punch and rough-in for fittings and conduit than metallic boxes. Unless you need stainless for a
specific food processing area or for impact resistance, polymer housings will likely offer all the performance you need for less money.
Keep in mind, however, that not all non-metallic disconnect switches are created equal. While a NEMA 4X disconnect has a watertight rating, the
type of polymer used for the enclosure has significant performance consequences especially when it comes to chemical, weather, flame and impact
resistance. We make all our enclosures from a very high-performance polymer that is UV stabilized and has a UL 94 -5V flame rating. Our UL Listed
enclosures indicate that they have passed rigorous impact and conduit bending tests.
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