Swibox AG

Aluminium terminal enclosures, Fire resistance EN 45545-3 EI30

Aluminium terminal enclosures are resistant aluminium standard enclosures and have
been specially developed for use in industrial and outdoor areas.
Water, dust, heat, cold or mechanical shocks - the swibox-RSE-F30W4 enclosures are designed for
such environmental conditions.

swibox-RSE aluminium terminal enclosures are resistant aluminium standard enclosures and have
been specially developed for use in industrial and outdoor areas.
Water, dust, heat, cold or mechanical shocks - the swibox-RSE-F30W4 enclosures are designed for
such environmental conditions.
The enclosures meet the fire resistance requirements of EN 45545-3 and provide a room seal with
thermal insulation of up to EI30. This makes them ideally suited for use in vehicle construction. In
addition, the enclosures meet the requirements of DIN EN 45545 for railway applications. The paint
finish also meets the requirements for HL3 according to EN45545.
The swibox-RSE-F30W4 enclosures have been tested in the system. This means they can be used
with the cable entry system from Roxtec and the connectors from Phoenix Contact without further
testing.
Technical data:
- Fire resistance EN 45545-3: EI30
- Protection class: IP66
- Impact resistance: IK09
- Protective insulation: I
- Earthing point in the enclosure
- Continuous operating temperature: max. +100°C
- Continuous operating temperature: min. -40°C
- Continuous operating temperature with special seal max. 140°C
- Continuous operating temperature with special seal min. -50°C
- Material cover: Aluminium type EN AC-AISi9
- Material lower part: Aluminium type EN AC- AISi9
- Material screws: Stainless steel V2 A
- Fire protection: intumescent with thermal insulation
- Housing colour: RAL 7001
- Fire test MPA Dresden P No. 20201215
- Paint EN 45545 HL 3: DB-ST-AU-17-52391-068-1.1
  • Boards and fuse boxes
  • Distribution equipment
  • Junction boxes
Address
  • Swissrail Industry Association
  • Taubenstrasse 32
  • CH-3011 Bern

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