Thursday, April 2, 2015

New Stahlin PowerHour --- Learn why performance matters when comparing composite versus metallic electrical enclosures for NEMA 4X environments



New Stahlin PowerHour ---
Learn why performance matters when comparing composite versus metallic electrical enclosures for NEMA 4X environments

Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures’ PowerHour  - Performance Matters! - is a dynamic, educational presentation that is presented by electrical enclosure experts in the office-place or on-the-job site. Presentations are given at any time of the workday that is convenient for participants. This interactive, versatile, energetic program focuses on how to make proper product specification decisions when comparing composite versus metallic electrical enclosures for NEMA 4X environments. 

Stahlin’s PowerHour captures audience attention and enhances learning retention. As a result of its instructional quality, graduates of the PowerHour can earn 1 PdH continuing education credit.

The PowerHour is aimed directly at informing owners, engineers, end-users and product specifiers about:
o   The history of electrical enclosures
o   Understanding NEMA and NEMA 4X Environments
o   How different materials perform in NEMA 4X Environments
o   Why material selection is important
o   Failures/Successes based on material selection
o   Comparing composite FRP enclosures to stainless steel enclosures
o   Understanding the importance of performance properties
§  Corrosion resistance
§  Chemical Resistance
§  UV Resistance
§  Strength
§  Thermal/Electrical Properties
o   Understanding the importance of modification capabilities
o   Knowing the difference between cost and value
The decision making process will be highlighted by “real life” case studies demonstrating why “performance matters” when specifying enclosures to meet specific on-the-job needs.
To learn more, or to schedule a PowerHour please contact:
Megan Cox
PowerHour Director
mcox@stahlin.com

616.794.0700

Or visit our website page: http://www.stahlin.com/powerhour.cfm

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