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Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures, manufacturer of fiberglass enclosure products, will be at attendance at the WINDPOWER 2011 Conference & Exhibition (AWEA
Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures, manufacturer of the world's most frequently specified fiberglass enclosure products, will be at attendance at the WINDPOWER 2011 Conference & Exhibition (AWEA) 5/22/2011 – 5/25/2011, in Anaheim, CA, Booth #891.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) is the coordinating host for Michigan's wind industry pavilion at WINDPOWER 2011. This year, 15 Michigan wind energy companies will join the MEDC, The Right Place and other local economic development partners to promote the Michigan Advantage for wind energy, including Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures.
Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures are ideal for meeting the demands of wind energy applications. Some of the major reasons wind energy professionals choose Stahlin for their projects:
1. Stahlin offers the largest, most diverse, readily-available selection of fiberglass enclosures. 2. Stahlin non-metallic enclosures provide superior corrosion and chemical resistance. 3. All Stahlin enclosures are protected by SOLARGUARD®---proven protection from weathering, UV-degradation and environmental impact. 4. Stahlin provides the most extensive in-stock line of freestanding, wallmount, indoor/outdoor,junction and other non-metallic enclosures and accessories available to meet all needs and standards required. 5. Stahlin non-metallic enclosures are significantly more cost effective than stainless steel (20-40% less) and are very competitive with other metallics. 6. “MADE IN THE U.S.A.” manufacturing leadership! To learn more how to properly select enclosures for your wind energy applications stop by Booth # 891and ask for the white paper: Enclosures 101 for Wind Energy Electrical Engineers Jeff Seagle President Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures White Paper Summary: Specifiers for enclosures for wind applications must carefully evaluate all factors to ensure an enclosure made of any material type will withstand its environment. The process for proper material and enclosure selection begins with a detailed consideration of the wind application. Each wind environment is unique and all possible applications should be identified for the intended enclosure application.
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