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Hammond enclosures delivered modified to customer specifications

10 July 2017

When a standard enclosure doesn’t meet the requirements of a new design, JPR Electronics can provide bespoke modified enclosure solutions from Hammond Manufacturing.

Hammond can modify a wide range of its enclosures to meet customer’s exact requirements providing a cost effective, from-the-factory quality solution.

JPR can provide customers with technical and design support to ensure the best-fit enclosure is provided. Custom manufacturing is carried out in Hammond’s own factories in Europe and finished enclosures are sprayed with ultra-durable powder paint which can be color matched to customer specifications ensuring a factory quality paint finish every time.

This bespoke service is a very competitive solution compared to the true costs of customers modifying enclosures themselves. Taking into account preparation time, layout, drilling, tapping, cutting, paint touch up, assembly and the extra product handling a Hammond bespoke enclosure from JPR offers great value and is delivered ready to load up.

Typical customer modifications include special paint colors, silk screening, non-standard sizes, alternative material construction, cutouts, tapped holes and pre-installed accessories.

Paul Raynor, Director of JPR Electronics, comments, “Hammond Manufacturing has been operating for over one-hundred years and has an excellent reputation for high quality products and great customer service. Their bespoke enclosure service offers our customers the twin benefits of quality and cost.”


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