Custom Cabinets for Chemical
Dosing SystemCase Study
The second problem IPE faced was visibility. Overhead piping and equipment can cast shadows that make viewing the controls difficult. IPE wanted to ensure the digital controls and calibration columns for measurement of flow rate on the systems were easily visible to the technicians at all times, so each fiberglass cabinet has a switch-controlled 25 watt NEMA 4X LED light.
Finally, boiler rooms can become quite hot. To protect the dosing system from excessive heat, each cabinet includes a thermostat-controlled 7” shutter-mounted exhaust fan and vent to circulate air through the cabinets to maintain operating temperatures below 90 degrees F.
Shelter Works worked with Dan Newquist, Technical Services Manager at IPE on this project. When asked about his experience with Shelter Works, he said "We were very pleased with the quality, design, delivery, and support on the Shelter Works enclosures. We look forward to building future packaged systems such as these and using the Shelter Works products."