With over 70 years of experience in die casting, our customized services specialize in product design for a variety of electronic enclosures, boxes, and cabinets. Over the years, we have catered to a number of industrial companies and manufacturers. With years of experience, we specialize in providing custom enclosures to fit your product needs.
Electronic enclosures are used to control and safety proof products. This makes die casting for electrical enclosures extremely valuable for use in a broad range of industries. Perhaps the industry that makes the most use of die casting for electrical parts is telecommunications. In fact, leading telecommunications companies have proposed specific requirements for the manufacturing of die cast electrical enclosures and cabinets. As a result, these telecommunication “huts” are now built to withstand the most severe climatic conditions in the United States.
Other common uses for die casting services for electrical enclosures include the manufacturing of traffic lights, as well as electronic devices that make use of circuit boards. They’re also used to house electronic components found in many automobiles, along with audio equipment, generators, lighting and more.
As a leading electrical enclosure manufacturer, Premier Die Casting can design and produce die cast electrical parts for your specific applications. Whether your project calls for thousands of pieces, or just a small quantity of parts to start off a large long term scale project our metal enclosures are used in a number of different ways, including:
Enclosures come in all shapes and sizes and have a multitude of functions. Due to the nature of the industries they serve, electrical enclosures are heavily used by industrial manufacturers. Enclosures, cabinets, and boxes are integral to protecting products when placing electronics in harsh environments.
A sturdy material such as aluminum or some type of metal is most commonly used. Using a design that is custom-made for the product ensures the enclosure will be a perfect fit. If the product is placed outside, the enclosure will provide weatherproofing for small parts that could potentially be ruined by water or heat damage – a good example of this would be a stoplight.
As the stoplight is placed inside the enclosure, the heat and energy is transferred back to the outside, thus making the light functional. The stoplight enclosure also needs to be watertight so that rain and water cannot enter and short out the electronic boards inside. A die casting is able to provide a gasket channel so a gasket can be installed to accomplish the waterproofing of the enclosure. The gasket channel is cast in an economical manner and does not add cost to the die casting.
Many indoor products, such as electronic chassis’ are required for technical reasons but must also be designed as a cooling panel. Many panels are created with a series of fins or pin fins located near the heat source, allowing the heat to escape from the electronics, thus improving life of the electronic components.
All of our custom equipment enclosures are designed with the product and the end user in mind. Our die cast products offer a number of features that allow the interior of the product to be accessed after installation. We are able to die cast integral hinges into our enclosure castings, which reduce assembly cost and are very durable in the field. The hinges allow for a die cast cover to be assembled onto the enclosure with closure fasteners thus making for an efficient opening/closing of the enclosure. This capability is critical when servicing the product.
Contact us today for a free project quote. Please send your part designs in the form of a part print or 3D model for Premier to review and provide a quotation. There is no charge for this service and long term your product costs will be lower with modifying your designs to a die casting