SLAYSON is the leading Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) Manufacturer of NEMA 6P and IP68 Stainless Steel, Aluminum and Polyurethane Submersible Enclosures within North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. At SLAYSON we protect vital electrical hardware and control systems throughout the world, while ensuring minimum downtime and making it easy to do business with us. From CAD models and engineering drawings to white papers and product datasheets, SLAYSON has the tools and expertise to make selecting the right Enclosure easy. All our products are designed to be easy to work with. Each product has a selection of materials and sizes which, when combined with a wide range of accessories and fast modification service, makes it possible to create many different configurations quickly.

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