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Cott Bond Box

An extremely rugged, non-conductive electrical enclosure designed to protect cathodic protection circuits.

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CottBox bond box

The CottBox®  bond box electrical enclosure is an extremely rugged, non-conductive and maintenance-free housing designed to protect sensitive cathodic protection circuits from the hostile environment in which such circuits must function. The CottBox® is a:

  • Deep well anode box
  • Anode Lead Bond Box
  • Circuit Bond Box
  • Calibrated Shunt Box
  • Variable Resistance Housing
  • Cable Splice Box
  • Very Large Capacity CP Test Station
  • Negative Splice Box

CottBox bond box

Features

  • Two times the impact strength of aluminum.
  • One-half the weight of aluminum.
  • Will not rust, corrode, shock, shatter peel or absorb water.
  • Has dimensional and electrical stability over a 300 degree F. range (-100 degrees F to +200 degrees F.)
  • Stable under ultraviolet attack. NO skin irritating fiberglass to leach to the surface.
  • Maintenance free – no painting.
  • Non-metallic, drastically reduces shock hazard. CottBox bond box
  • Corporate names, logos or box description can be molded directly into box covers.
  • Outstanding chemical resistance.
  • Designed to meet NEMA enclosure standards. CottBox bond box
  • Clear Lexan® Circuit Boards – all leads visible for inspection without removing board.
  • Hardware and Accessories – nickel plated brass, standard – H2S resistant COTTDip(tm) or stainless steel available on request.
  • Versatile – boxes available with all circuits (resistors, shunts, buss bars, connectors, meters, breakers, etc.) installed and tested to your specifications or empty for field installation or circuits.

Colors

Red,  Orange,  Yellow,  Green,  Blue,  White,  and Black are standard on the CottBox® bond box. Any color is available as an option at no extra charge.

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