Mantar TPR 30/30/12 S | Cabinet | depth 120 mm
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Mantar TPR 30/30/12 S | Cabinet | depth 120 mm

Mantar TPR 30/30/12 S | Cabinet | depth 120 mm

CODE: TPR 30/30/12 S
12,15 GBP with VAT
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Colour: Grey
Material: Metal
Sheet thickness: 1mm


Mantar surface-mounted cabinet TPR 30/30/12 S

Mantar surface-mounted cabinet TPR 30/30/12 S - this model is used when it is not possible to install the cabinet in a recessed hole. The box has a full door and is lockable. The Mantar cabinet in light grey is easy to install, is corrosion resistant and provides a mechanical shield for telecommunication equipment.

obi surface-mounted cabinets


  • Lockable with 1 or 2 padlocks (top and bottom)
  • Steel sheet metal welded to the back of the cabinet with dimensions: 185 x 285 mm (H x W)
  • 2 blind holes ø38, 1 at the top and 1 at the bottom - for cable entry
  • Material - 1 mm thick steel sheet
  • Thick structure, powder-coated, colour RAL7035 - light grey
surface-mounted fuse cabinet


Features / filters
Closing 1 or 2 padlocks (top and bottom)
Colour Grey
Material Metal
Sheet thickness 1mm

Basic technical parameters
Height 300 mm
Width 300 mm
Depth 120 mm
Weight 3 kg


The meaning of a surface-mounted cabinet

A surface-mounted cabinet is an important protective element of a home or industrial electrical/telecommunication network.

What is a surface-mounted cupboard for?

These housings collect various devices and components, such as switches, fuses or metering devices, such as energy meters, etc., inside.

Functionality of surface-mounted/flush-mounted cabinets

Surface-mounted cabinets are used in households as so-called electrical boxes with surface-mounted fuses. These boxes are fitted with safety modules for electrical installation and equipment. Surface-mounted/flush-mounted cabinets allow you to protect your electrical equipment from failure or damage.

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