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What are the uses of chassis cabinet shells

Release time:2020-09-07
Why is the cabinet case so popular in the market, and what are its uses?

Nowadays, there are many kinds of chassis cabinet shell on the market, different specifications, and the market demand for it is also great. Why is the cabinet case so popular in the market, and what are its uses?


Chassis cabinet shell is mainly used in communication system, in addition, it has a wide range of applications in power system, traffic system and other fields.

The chassis cabinet shell is developed to ensure the normal operation of the operators. At the same time, it also protects the employees operating the devices and enhances the security. Chassis cabinet shell is made of steel plate of various materials through various processes of CNC punch. Its manufacturing process should be strictly controlled, because the backup case of the chassis is not only a guarantee of security, but also plays an important role in the field of communication system.

First of all, the chassis cabinet housing provides enough space for storage devices such as power supplies, host boards, various expansion boards, floppy disk drives, optical disk drives, and hard disk drives. Second, the chassis cabinet shell protects the board, power supply, and storage devices. The cabinet shell protects the internal devices from pressure, impact, and dust. Finally, the chassis cabinet housing also provides a number of easy to operate panel switch indicators.

The wide availability of chassis enclosures is due to the development of technology. Through the overall analysis of mechanical properties, some new development technologies and manufacturing routes of chassis cabinet shell have been adjusted. These aspects are the innovative design of the chassis cabinet shell. Because of its reliable quality and wide application range, the chassis cabinet shell has strong market competitiveness. It plays an important role in improving the quality of communication network construction and reducing the operation cost.