YONGU Aluminum Electrical Enclosures

Enclosures may not seem like an essential part of electrical system design. While it is true that these boxes can be used to protect against high temperatures, moisture, and humidity when properly designed, they play a vital role in ensuring the safety of sensitive electronics and other equipment.
Equipment needing protection can suffer significant system failures and electrical shocks if exposed to excessive heat or moisture for an extended period. Protected components will continue to function correctly and reliably if an enclosure is used.

A lot of damage can be done if the heat from electrical equipment is not adequately dissipated. Insulation damage, component failure, and even system failure are all possible consequences. Your electrical equipment will last longer if you use an electrical enclosure to lower the temperature and keep it cool. All kinds of benefits can be gained when your equipment is safe, including reduced downtime, less maintenance, productivity improvements, and enhanced revenue.
If your electrical equipment is not shielded from your workers, it can be a safety hazard. Most workplaces have this problem. Equipment like this can cause the temperature in a room to rise above the norm, which can be uncomfortably hot. Heat exhaustion, nausea, migraines, cramps, dermatitis, and heat stroke are all possible side effects of prolonged exposure to heat. An employee who comes into contact with electrical equipment while not protected by an electrical enclosure runs the risk of being poorly burned. Electrical enclosures, then, might be considered safety equipment for workers.
Fires and explosions can be caused by electrical equipment that is too hot. Short circuits and fires can occur as a result of insulation damage. An explosion generated by combustible materials is also more likely when the temperature rises. Additionally, flammable gases or vapors could raise the risk of an accident. All electrical equipment should be housed within an electrical enclosure to avoid these scenarios from occurring. Employees will also have enough time to get out of harm's way.

For those who own or operate electrical equipment, their safety and their coworkers must always come first. Accidents involving electrical equipment can happen extremely quickly, even if we don't consider them harmful. The majority of accidents can be avoided by using high-quality electrical enclosures. Additionally, ensuring that your personnel is adequately trained can help to ensure a safe working environment.


The environment is the most critical factor to consider when selecting an enclosure material. Corrosion-causing elements such as dust, radiation, temperature, and chemicals must be protected by electrical enclosures, whether used indoors or outdoors. Think about how each material compares to the environment in which it will be used before deciding.
Carbon or "mild" steel, stainless steel, and aluminum are the most commonly used metals in electrical enclosures. Galvanization or painting is required to protect carbon steel from corrosion. Modifications for installation or expansion can be made quickly and easily after fabrication. It is better to use aluminum and stainless steel because they are more resistant to corrosion and wear and tear.
Since there are many metallurgy tools to choose from, all three metals are the easiest to customize during the design and fabrication stages. Because metal conducts heat better than other materials, it can help dissipate high temperatures if appropriately designed.
Plastics made of thermoplastics include thermoplastic polycarbonates, polyesters, ABS, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and other types of plastics. Plastics hold up well and can quickly expand or install when used in corrosive environments, thanks to their flexibility. Thermoplastics are excellent insulators, so use them for electrical controls that are particularly temperature-sensitive. Thermoplastics are less customizable than other materials, so the available base sizes and shapes
 may constrain you when it comes to design and construction.
This material has its strengths and weaknesses on both ends of the spectrum. Fiberglass is the most chemically resistant material because it cannot rust or oxidize when exposed to corrosive elements. It is most difficult to modify or shape fiberglass enclosures. As a result of fiberglass's sensitivity to sunlight and heat degradation, it is only appropriate for a limited number of applications.
Always Check the Material
Using the wrong material for your enclosure can put your safety at risk. Various types of materials are created to serve multiple functions. All have unique qualities that set them apart from the rest. Choosing the wrong material for your application can lead to disastrous results. There are several considerations, such as whether or not the product will be exposed to harsh chemicals. Consider the material's weight, its strength, and its longevity.
Because enclosures are considered low-tech purchases, many people do not give them much thought. Choosing the wrong electrical enclosure box can have serious consequences. It is possible to avoid them with some preparation and research.
What level of protection do you need for the electrical enclosure? Some latches are designed to be more secure than others. Twist turn latches and critical locking are examples of latching mechanisms. Invest in a safe electrical box enclosure to protect your home or business. The lock system should be easy to access if you frequently need to access the enclosure's components.
Consider You may want to consider purchasing an electrical enclosure box with the proper ratings. It is determined by your enclosure's ability to keep water and corrosive chemicals out.
To determine how much protection you need and how much protection you can get from each enclosure, it is essential to know the ratings of the various enclosures. The settings are the standard throughout the country, so you'll always know what's considered hazardous or not.
Inner doors, lifting rings, doorsteps, insulation studs, and light bars are just some of the accessories that come with electrical enclosures. Consider adding any extras to your enclosure box that will assist you in meeting your specific requirements.
Window kits, carrying handles, and cord grips are all things to consider. Take a moment to think about how you can better manage your temperature. The life of your electronics may be extended significantly if your box has a fan that circulates air.
Before deciding, consider the environment in which you intend to use the electrical box enclosure. Prepare yourself for the most common threats in your environment.
Temperature and humidity levels are two of the most important questions to ask.
In terms of environmental conditions, which are the most common?
What is the most pressing environmental issue of time?
Answering these questions can aid your decision-making process.
  • SIZE
When selecting an enclosure, size is one of the most important considerations. It's essential to think about what the enclosure will be holding and where it will be mounted, whether you need a standard or custom enclosure.
Dissipation, natural cooling, heat exchangers, and air conditioners are the essential aspects of thermal management. The electrical enclosure box should adequately manage the heat generated by the electrical components. If it can't, it could shorten the useful life of your products. Think about how you're going to manage the temperature so that everything runs smoothly.
Potential market applications are repair shops, water treatment facilities, and swimming pools. Your application should dictate the type of enclosure you select. Consider your application's physical requirements and be ready to meet them.
The search for the ideal electric enclosure box does not have to be arduous. Simply knowing what you want is required before you can begin searching for it. Enclosures can fail and damage whatever is inside if they aren't adequately selected for the job. As daunting as it may seem to find the perfect enclosure for your needs, doing so will save both time and money in the long term.
Your enclosure must be able to withstand the weight of your equipment. The integrity of your box may be compromised if the equipment is too heavy. Before purchasing an enclosure, double-check all of your equipment's specifications. In smaller spaces, this is even more critical. Increased stress on the system can shorten its life expectancy and jeopardize the system's safety.
YOUNG presents electrical enclosures in three different series, including H Series, J Series & K Series.

H Series - YONGU H37 204*48*L Electronic Aluminum Enclosures

It is available in  61 different models with built-in split-type extrusion structures, including 1pc top housing, 1pc bottom housing, 1pc front panel, and rear panel. Good heat dissipation, easy to be assembled. L shape brackets for panels can be customized to wall mount
Its specific features include
  • Electronic Aluminum Enclosures
  • Rugged and robust for heavy-duty use
  • Durable, which can be used for a long time
  • Good quality aluminum material, al6063, and al5052
  • Can be used for din rail
  • Completely customizable in every aspect of dimension, hole drilling, screws, surface treatment, and printing.

J Series - YONGU J12 66.2*27.5*L Aluminum Box for Electronic

It is available in  44 different models of built-in one-piece structure extruded, including 1pc main enclosure, 1pc front panel, and 1pc rear panels—good heat dissipation, easy to be assembled.

Its specific features include

  • Aluminum Box for Electronic
  • Rugged and robust for heavy-duty use
  • Durable, which can be used for a long time
  • Good quality aluminum material, al6063, and al5052
  • Can be used for din rail
  • Customizable panel thickness from 1.5mm/2mm/3mm/5mm/8mm, etc., hole drilling, screws, surface treatment, and printing.

K Series - YONGU K01A 70*35*L Plastic Junction Box

It is available in 28 Models waterproof series, including full plastic protected plastic covers, half protected plastic covers with aluminum end panels, half protected plastic end covers, wall-mounted flange, and can use the sticker instead of the printing.

Its specific features include

  • Plastic Junction Box
  • Rugged and robust for heavy-duty use
  • Dustproof, which can protect your PCB from hitting
  • Extruded aluminum housing and ABS protected covers
  • Conductivity can be achieved by utilization of the contact between the unfinished inner surfaces
  • Completely customizable in every aspect of dimension, hole drilling, screws, surface treatment, and printing


An electrical junction box from YONGU combines aluminum and plastic to provide the best possible protection for your wiring. The rated voltage for the YONGU aluminum electrical enclosures is up to 1,000 volts. Because of the potential for higher short circuit currents at the input, installing a current-limiting protection device with a high cut-off current is necessary.
Weatherproof electrical junction boxes are designed to keep moisture out of electrical and electronic circuits by using an innovative design. Small electrical junction boxes and standard electrical pull box sizes are available in YONGU aluminum electrical enclosures, along with the necessary customization options for installation.
If the correct material and models are selected, they can deal with temperature, moisture, and humidity issues.
Standard DIN rails, mounting plates, front panels, and dividers can all be attached without any tools, thanks to the system's tool-less mounting options. Preassembly outside the enclosure is made simple by connecting the accessories to mounting brackets of varying heights and sliding them into the enclosure. The assembled modules can be inserted and removed without using any tools.
If you're looking for a way to keep your electronics safe, YONGU's electrical junction enclosures are a great option. They can be used in various industries and applications, including solar power, wind turbines, and building HVAC controls.
For further information and customized product of your requirements, visit our website https://www.yg-enclosure.com/products/Aluminum-Electronics-Enclosure.html.
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