A complete frame bar construction consists of 8 corners (AHC6) and 12 frame bars (AKA).
The framework may be fitted onto baseframes for floor mounting or wall mounting.
A cabinet casing consists of 8 corners (AHC2), 4 corner pieces (AHS) and 4 cabinet panels (ACA). This provides casing on the top, bottom and sides. Cabinet panels may be combined with AKA frame bars.
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The base frame is U-shaped and manufactured from 2.5mm high strength, hot-dip galvanised (zinc-coated) steel sheets, available painted or unpainted depending on required anti-corrosion properties. The profile bend aligns with the framework profiles to ensure maximum stability and support for heavy switchgear.
The U-shape faces the external of enclosure, making all fasteners accessible from the outside and improving ease and speed of assembly. The geometry of the base profiles offer a wide range of options in combination with other modular system parts.
For increased safety in handling and lifting additional options have been added:
• Lifting holes from X:4 modules and all Z for forklift or lifting bars
• Removable and reusable lifting-eye brackets
• Workshop transportation wheels
• For ground fixation on site, the base profiles have easy access Ø15mm holes or fixation brackets
A cosmetic front cover of 1mm sheet steel painted black RAL 9005 can be fitted. For extreme weight or demanding site conditions the front cover can be in 2.5mm Dogal steel to increase base frame strength even further.
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AKA frame bar structures consist of 2mm steel profiles, each with 5 bending points and coupled together through unique corner joints of aluminium alloy.
This basic construction provides the markets strongest and most reliable structures, which are exceptionally well suited for heavy equipment and demanding environments.
The same type of profiles are used for X, Y and Z axis and are available from 1 to 14 modules, allowing enclosure sizes in steps of 190mm in all 3 dimensions.
AKA profiles are made of mild steel aluzinc coated (aluminium and zinc) and available as standard with or without powder paint coating depending on client requests.
A multiple of threaded and non-threaded holes on the AKA’s allows for maximum flexibility when it comes to fixing internal parts and configurations.
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Cabinet structures are made of 1.5mm steel sheets, which integrate the structures corner profiles with a non-removable side, top and bottom cover.
The ACA structures may be used in combination with the AKA structures, or as smaller stand-alone enclosures.
The ACA cabinets are available from 1 to 12 modules in width and height and from 1 to 3 modules in depth.
ACA cabinets are made of as standard with or without powder paint coating depending on client requests.
A multiple of threaded and non-threaded holes on the ACA’s allows for maximum flexibility when it comes to fixing internal parts and configurations.