“AE” range of 2-way (Fig.200 and Fig.210) and 4-way (Fig.220 and Fig.230) breeching inlet cabinets are generally fabricated from electro-galvanised steel material. Aluminium or stainless steel materials are available upon request.
The breeching inlet cabinets are manufactured strictly in accordance with BS 5041 : Part 5 : 1974.
The door hinges are either riveted or welded to the cabinet and swings out 180 degree from left to right. The cabinet comes with a standard springlock and 6mm thick wire glass. The wordings on the glass vary according to the fire protection systems in which the breeching inlet is installed, eg. DRY RISER INLET, WET RISER INLET, SPRINKLER BREECHING INLET, FOAM INLET, etc.
The rear of the cabinet panel has the cut-out holes for easy installation of the breeching inlet to the pipework.
The quality of workmanship and its’ finishes are carefully planned and executed from the initial stage of preparing the material and fabricating up to the painting process.
The standard finishes of the electro-galvanised steel and aluminium cabinets are “Red” epoxy/polyester powder coated and oven baked. Stainless steel cabinets come with 4B quality finishes.
• Compact and elegant design.
• Quality finishes in epoxy/polyester powder coated and oven baked.
• Easy installation with pre-cut flange holes at the rear panel.