Electrical Housing

Electrical Housing Products

At Adept GRP, our expertise in GRP Cabinets, also known as Electrical Housings, extends to encompassing a wide range of electrical components and considerations. Our cabinets are designed with a focus on low maintenance, flexibility, and durability, making them an ideal solution for housing wires, cables, circuit breakers, and junction boxes.

Available from our stock or on back order, these cabinets are a preferred choice for industries reliant on robust electrical infrastructure, such as Communication, Construction, Petrochemical, as well as Water and Electrical Services. We understand the importance of safety and efficiency in electrical installations, hence why our design includes features to accommodate conduits, grounding panels, and essential installation requirements. This ensures the safe management of power, voltage, and current within the system.

Our versatile design also allows for a variety of customisable options, including Load or Non-Load Bearing Floors, options for Forced or Natural Ventilation, specific Cable Entry Points, and Viewing Windows. Enhanced Locking Mechanisms ensure the security of the contents, while the provision for switches and lights enhances usability and accessibility. To browse our range of products click below, to find out more about bespoke options click below also.

Our Standard Range of GRP Cabinets

Price range
to GO
Apply
Reset
Filters Sort results
Reset Apply
Item
Ref.
Dimensions Width x Depth x Height
Price (Inc. VAT)
Price (Excl. VAT)
Quantity
Availability
Quick Buy
View Product
Drawing
470 × 320 × 660 mm
£564.00
£470.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
On backorder
555 × 410 × 730 mm
£660.00
£550.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
In stock or on short lead time
650 × 380 × 940 mm
£738.00
£615.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
In stock or on short lead time
650 × 380 × 1200 mm
£816.00
£680.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
On backorder
660 × 400 × 1210 mm
£852.00
£710.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
In stock or on short lead time
750 × 400 × 1100 mm
£900.00
£750.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
On backorder
925 × 380 × 1200 mm
£1,032.00
£860.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
In stock or on short lead time
910 × 450 × 1225 mm
£1,056.00
£880.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
In stock or on short lead time
920 × 600 × 1200 mm
£1,140.00
£950.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
In stock or on short lead time
1070 × 440 × 1280 mm
£1,224.00
£1,020.00
Max:
Min: 1
Step: 1
On backorder
1 2 3

FAQ's About Electrical Housing Products

How do I clean electrical housing?

To clean electrical housing, you can follow these steps:

  1. Disconnect any power sources: Before cleaning, make sure to turn off any power sources and unplug any devices to avoid any electrical hazards.

  2. Clean the housing: Use a soft cloth or brush to remove any dust, dirt, or debris from the housing. You can also use a mild detergent solution to clean the housing. Avoid using water or any other liquid that can damage any electrical components.

  3. Dry the housing: After cleaning, make sure to dry the housing completely. You can use a soft cloth or air blower to dry the housing.

  4. Reassemble the housing: Once the housing is dry. Make sure all the components are in their correct positions and securely fastened.

Please note that cleaning any electrical components can be dangerous and should be done with caution. If you are unsure about how to clean the electrical housing, it is best to consult a professional electrician, or even our team for advice.

What is electrical housing used for?

GRP enclosures are a type of electrical cabinet/housing designed to protect your wiring from environmental damage. They are strong, durable, waterproof and highly resistant to corrosion and UV damage. GRP stands for glass fibre reinforced plastics in the UK and is referred to as FRP in the US and Canada.

Features and benefits of GRP Enclosures 

  • Light weight and robust
  • UV resistant
  • Non-corrosive, making them ideal for installation outdoors or in harsh environments

How do GRP Cabinets Integrate Electrical Components?

GRP (Glass-Reinforced Plastic) Cabinets are uniquely designed to house and protect various electrical components. 

Here’s how they integrate each element:

  1. Breaker: GRP Cabinets provide a secure and accessible space for housing circuit breakers. These breakers play a crucial role in safety, automatically cutting power in case of overload or fault, thereby protecting the entire system.

  2. Box: The cabinet itself acts as a ‘box’. Constructed from durable GRP, it offers robust protection against environmental factors and mechanical impacts, safeguarding the electrical components inside.

  3. Conduit: GRP Cabinets are designed to accommodate conduits which are used for safely routing electrical wiring into and out of the cabinet. These conduits protect the wires from damage and ensure an organised electrical layout.

  4. Insulation: Proper insulation within the cabinet is critical for safety. GRP Cabinets ensure that all wiring and components are insulated to prevent electrical hazards, such as shocks or short circuits.

  5. Connections: GRP Cabinets are designed to ensure that all electrical connections are secure and properly insulated. This is crucial for the safety and efficiency of the electrical system.
    Outlets: Outlets can be integrated into the design of GRP Cabinets, providing convenient access points for electrical power. These are typically well-placed for easy access while maintaining safety standards.
    Appliances: GRP Cabinets can be used to house the control systems for various appliances, providing a central point for electrical distribution and control.
    Repairs: The design of GRP Cabinets facilitates easy access for maintenance and repairs. Their robust yet manageable structure allows for quick access to internal components, making repairs and upgrades more straightforward.

In summary, GRP Cabinets are an ideal solution for integrating and managing various electrical components in a safe, organised, and accessible manner. Their design caters to the complex needs of electrical housing, ensuring longevity and reliability.