EIC Solutions recently produced an enclosure designed to safely house and protect this critical FDNY radio communication equipment in compliance with the NYC building code requirements for Auxilliary Radio Communication (ARC) Systems.
Often greenhouses are controlled by computers and sensitive electronic equipment that should not be exposed to warm, humid, and moist environments. EIC Solutions provides electronic equipment enclosures designed to protect sensitive equipment.
EIC's Class 1 Division 2 enclosures are the ideal choice when you need to protect equipment in hazardous or explosive locations, including oil & gas wells and refineries, fueling stations, chemical plants, paint-finishing shops, or grain storage locations.
Pipe Spring National Monument needed a custom climate controlled enclosure for their fire alarm system to help it match the historical design motif
EIC provides protective solutions for the telecommunications industry's sensitive equipment housed in macro towers with telecom enclosures.
When an electrical contractor integrator needed a solution that was capable of withstanding extreme temperatures to protect sensitive lab equipment, they looked to EIC to provide cooling technologies that would protect the critical systems.
When Mendenhall Technical Services, Inc. needed a customized cooling solution that could stand up to the harsh conditions found in the engine room of a military marine vessel they turned to EIC Solutions.
See how EIC solutions provided custom enclosure designed to install additional equipment mounting and allow for extra space in tight conditions.
Department of Defense Contractor implements EIC's Cooling Solution for critical missile silo project, reducing costs and increasing security at installations.