Custom metal enclosures from Robinson can enhance the performance and safety of the equipment they house. Our experts work with customers to ensure we include the most appropriate technology and safety precautions in maximizing your investment.
The science of designing custom metal enclosures, including custom battery enclosures, often involves adhering to wind, seismic, weights and other project specific considerations. Some applications may require ASME and B31 codes for pressure vessels and process piping. Robinson’s breadth of knowledge in custom metal enclosures exceeds that of most enclosure suppliers, particularly those based outside of the United States.
Protective housings for energy applications like gensets and battery energy storage systems (BESS) require specific characteristics that exceed commonly used shipping containers or ISO containers. Custom metal enclosures from Robinson often include air conditioning systems, control panels, access doors and designs geared toward fire prevention and ventilation.
Custom metal enclosures are critical for microgrid performance
Custom metal enclosures for green energy initiatives are a Robinson specialty. Utility companies and developers value our ability to effectively deliver assets that are Made in the USA.
Battery energy storage systems are growing in demand as fossil fuel energy prices continue to increase. These systems save and store energy for later use. In microgrid applications, the BESS is often combined with diesel gensets for standalone power in remote applications.
Robinson is more than just a metal fabrication shop. Our highly skilled teams provide full turnkey solutions that can include system design, manufacturing of custom metal enclosures, factory acceptance testing (FAT) and a single point of contact to simplify the process.
About Robinson, Inc.
Robinson, Inc., is a single-source metal solutions provider based in De Pere, Wisconsin. Robinson offers design, manufacturing and production fabrication for a wide range of industries. The company employs nearly 600 people at four Wisconsin locations comprising 500,000 square feet of manufacturing space.