I can certainly say that owning my own manufacturing company has brought me many sleepless nights as I always have to try and produce the best and safest electronic enclosures for my customers. This is the reason for my constant search for good and quality housing for my items. I manufacture technical equipment and different remote control devices and I always look for the best plastic electronic enclosures there are on the market. I have just finished my contract with the previous supplier as they failed to comply with the EU regulations and we terminated our orders immediately. The last thing I want is dangerous enclosures that can cause huge harm to my customers. That is why I had to make a research on the internet and see how to replace them.
There are many different companies that come up but one made me an impression as they were certified by the EU. The company has many positive reviews and I thought I should check it out myself. So, they have been on the market for over 25 years and have never failed all that time to satisfy their customers with quality and durable enclosures. They also have the certificate numbers on the website for RoHS so it is easy for me to check their validity. This info encouraged me to look into their profile further.
They have a huge variety of all different electronic enclosures types that can also be changed in order to fit the client’s specifications. Their enclosures are designed to house remote control devices, test equipment, security products. I was able to choose the size, the material, the battery location and many more custom features. So far everything seemed perfect so I decided to give them a call and check their customer service out.
I was pleasantly surprised by the lovely lady that answered the phone and was offering to answer all my queries. What I couldn’t find on the internet was a bit more information on the EMI/RFI shielding as my products need to be protected. I was assured that all their plastic electronic enclosures were made specifically to protect from the electromagnetic and radio frequency interferences so there was nothing to worry about. I was advised to be redirected to the main designer who would create a proto type model of an enclosure for one of my products and would give me a price. If I liked the quality I would be able to place an order that would take approx. 2-4 weeks depending on the volume.
I liked everything I heard and spoke to the designer so we had a phone conference call to discuss my needs in detail. I have made a list of my requirements for my electronic enclosures and I am fully prepared to proceed with the order as I liked the way this company cares about their products and about their customers’ needs.