The entire top two-thirds can be removed as one piece,and set aside. If you really need full access around the equipment, or if it’s occasional access, and maybe just checking on things, you just tip up this lid here. It’s on gas springs, so it’s easy to work on.Get out of the weather and inside here–very elegant design.
This is the exact same enclosure, only without the gas springs and the hinge. This is a lift off version of the same thing. So, the top can just taken off and set aside, and it just latches back on like that. Again, the exact same enclosure (base, anyway), only this is a one-piece top, so it can be taken off, set aside with two people doing that work. Then you’ve got full access around the thing, and it’s just a little bit less expensive. It’s probably for some application where you wouldn’t have to get at the equipment as frequently, something like that.
This is little different size here; this is our Big Mouth cabinet. It’s about 6 feet wide, about 3 or 4 feet deep, and when you look through that thing up, you’ve got a lot of room in there for instrumentation, piping, whatever it is you’re dealing with. And again, when it’s on gas springs, when it’s hinged up, this surface becomes a nice little shelter for you to work underneath.