Telecommunications shelters and electrical control houses built to withstand the elementsFebruary 25, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Provincial Partitions’ prefabricated telecommunications shelters and electrical control houses are prefinished structures built to the most exacting demands of the Mississauga, Ont.-based company’s customer requirements.
Many of its prefabricated enclosures are used to house sophisticated equipment and can tolerate the extreme temperatures — from sub-zero to near tropical. Unmanned remote units can be equipped with economizer HVAC systems to heat or cool the units as needed. They are frequently demountable, enabling easy teardown and shipping as needed.
These custom structures are built using steel and are engineered to withstand the extremes of any environment. Additionally, steel structures make it possible to accommodate heavy equipment when installed. If required, checker-plate flooring rated at 150 pounds per square foot can be used throughout. Lifting lugs are incorporated into the design of the frame to enable easy lifting and placement of heavier units.
Optional full-size double equipment doors enable easy access when installing oversized equipment. These shelters are fabricated in ideal conditions, indoors, in the company's ISO 9001 accredited plant, and then shipped to sites across Canada and throughout the United States.
To request a quotation on how your next building project might benefit by using Provincial Partitions’ unique line of modular space solutions, fill out an online RFQ form.