Electric FRP and Aluminum IP65 Junction Boxes :-
Brief of FRP material, Technical details, Data Sheet and Specifications
Fiber Reinforced Plastic and Die-Casted LM-6 Grade Aluminum :
Electric FRP and Aluminum IP65 Junction Boxes
Our company manufactures a quality range of Electric FRP and Aluminum IP65 Junction Boxes
Which are acknowledged for their better service life and high tensile strength. These motor covers are known for features like durability, efficiency and corrosion resistance.
These FRP boxes are made from very high quality raw material which ensures high durability at its user end. These are in good demand in the market due to high quality and durability.
An Electric Junction Box is a container for electrical connections, usually intended to conceal them from sight and deter tampering. A small metal or plastic and Aluminum LM-6 junction box may form part of an electrical conduit wiring system in a building, or may be buried in the plaster of a wall, concealed behind an access panel or cast into concrete with only the lid showing. It sometimes includes terminals for joining wires. A similar container used for joining wires to electrical switches or sockets is called a pattress.
Material of Construction
FRP and Die-Casted LM-6 Grade Aluminum
Shape & Size
Type of Resin
Isophthalic Fire Retardant and Non Fire Retardant
and Die-Casted LM-6 Grade Aluminum
Out Side Smooth Finish
Moulding & Casting Process
Hand- By - Up
30 to 35 %
As Required at Site By Angles Channel
Smoke Siemens grey, and As Per Your Desire
The term may also be used for a larger item such as a piece of street furniture. In the UK, this is sometimes called a cabinet. See Enclosure (electrical).
Junction boxes form an integral part of a circuit protection system where circuit integrity has to be provided, as for emergency lighting or emergency power lines, or the wiring between a nuclear reactor and a control room. In such an installation, the fireproofing around the incoming or outgoing cables must also be extended to cover the junction box to prevent short circuits inside the box during an accidental fire.