Sheet metal lid
Galvanised mild steel electrical junction box lid
Lids and covers are usually simple components when manufactured from sheet metal and these examples are typical of the type of sheet metal work we get involved with. They may be falt sheet, have folded sides like these or have welded corners. This simple lid has been CNC punched from 0.9mm thick galvanised steel sheet. The sides have all been folded down to cover the top of the box and and earth stud has been inserted on our Haeger bush / stud inserter machine. The windows have all been CNC punched out and will have electrical sockets snapped in place and then installed as electrical wiring junction boxes. For more information on inserting bushes and studs please take a look at our Haeger bush/stud insert web page.
Stainless steel cabinet lid
Here is an example of sheet metal work where stainless steel has been used to manufacture a series of side covers and a top lid for a large stainless steel fabricated enclosure. The whole fabricated assembly was manufactured from 304 stainless steel with sections being TiG welded together. The enclosure was used to hold ozone gas which was pumped into it’s main cavity and held in place while it kill bugs on plastic packing materials before they are used to pack up sandwiches.
Stainless steel lid on an enclosure
Stainless steel enclosure with lid in place ready for shipping. The lid and enclosure have been manufactured from 304 stainless steel and the lid has been attached by spot welding cut lengths of stainless steel piano hinge. These particular stainless steel enclosure assemblies are used to house pumping equipment and their control gear on oil and petrol tankers. If you have any products manufactured from sheet metal that need lids then please give us a call or e-mail us, contact details on our website and we will be happy to provide you with a price or help on your design if needed.