Universal DD – Stainless Steel

An IP55 double door enclosure, designed with no centre mullion, making it is extremely easy to access all equipment mounted on the included mounting pan.

AS/NZS 61439
Universal DD – Stainless Steel
Australian Made
Australian Made

Product Information

Applications

The Universal DD is a range of double door, special purpose enclosures suitable for industrial or demanding conditions.

As it has no centre mullion, it is extremely easy to access all equipment mounted on the included mounting pan. The 316 stainless steel construction ensures that the enclosure will stand up to the most arduous of conditions. Typical applications include industrial automation and process control.

Features

  • IP55 protection rating – more info on IP ratings
  • Fully welded construction
  • Corrosion resistant 1.5mm thick 316 stainless steel
  • Unobstructed access to mounting pan
  • Robust 3-point locking system
  • Depth adjustable mounting pan
  • 180º opening doors
  • Gland plates fitted internally or externally

Construction

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Order Guide

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Part NumberHeight (mm)Width (mm)Depth (mm)Usable Depth (mm)Weight (kg)CAD Blocks 
DD10103/S1000100030025063.5dwgEnquiry
DD12103/S1200100030025074dwgEnquiry
DD12124/S12001200400350102.5dwgEnquiry
DD16104/S16001000400350113.6dwgEnquiry
DD16124/S16001200400350124.7dwgEnquiry
DD18104/S1800100040035093.3dwgEnquiry
DD18124/S18001200400350119dwgEnquiry
DD20104/S20001000400350131.9dwgEnquiry
DD20124/S20001200400350144.7dwgEnquiry
DD18125/S18001200500450140.3dwgEnquiry
DD20125/S20001200500450153.7dwgEnquiry

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Accessories

Accessories

  • Lock options such as L handle
  • Light Kit
  • Rain hood
  • Plinth – galvanised channel iron
  • Plinth mounting bases
  • Lifting eye bolts
  • Vent kit
  • Fans and filters
  • Split gland plate

Climate Control

For more information see our Climate Control page (opens in new tab)

Lock Options

Standard

Catalogue No.TypeMaterialCommentsLock Insert TypeKeyImage
DD020/PSTurnbucklePowdercoated with SS InsertStandard7mm Square Stainless SteelSKZTurnbuckle Lock - Powdercoated Steel with 7mm Square Stainless Steel Insert
DD050L Handle - LockableChromed SteelStandard 1600mm or higher, Option less than 1600mmKey Code 92268SK3L Handle Lockable - Chrome Steel Key 92268

Options

Catalogue No.TypeMaterialCommentsLock Insert TypeKeyImage
DD030Wing Knob - LockableOptionKey Code 92268SK3Lockable Wing Knob - 92268 Key
DD111Wing Knob - Non-lockableOptionNon-lockable Wing Knob
DD040T Handle - LockableChromed SteelOptionKey Code 92268SK3T Handle Lockable - Chromed Steel 92268 Lock
DD050L Handle - LockableChromed SteelStandard 1600mm or higher, Option less than 1600mmKey Code 92268SK3L Handle Lockable - Chrome Steel Key 92268
DD052/SL Handle - PadlockableStainless SteelOptionPadlockL Handle Padlockable - Stainless Steel
Inserts for Turnbuckle Locks - Optional
Catalogue No.ProductMaterialLock Insert TypeKey
LKINS3P/SInsertStainless Steel3mm Double Bit PinSKZ
LKINS8S/SInsertStainless Steel8mm SquareSK8
LKINS8SS/SInsertStainless Steel8mm Square SlottedSK8
LKINS8T/SInsertStainless Steel8mm TriangleSKZ

AS/NZS 61439 Compliance

AS/NZS 61439 is the new series of standards for low-voltage (LV) switchgear and control gear assemblies. For more information on whether you need to comply see our AS/NZS 61439 page.

Click the bar below the requirements and responsibilities for complaince with AS/NZS 61439 for this enclosure.

The following definitions apply to this table: -

  • Original Manufacturer* - Switchboard designer and manufacturer of the switchboard enclosure.
  • Assembly Manufacturer* - A switchboard builder.
  • Original Equipment Manufacturer - The company who manufactured the switchgear used in final assembly.

*The original manufacturer and assembly manufacturer can be the same company or different companies.

If you are a SWITCHBOARD BUILDER this means you are the ASSEMBLY MANUFACTURER and you may be the ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER too. Any switchgear you order will need to be covered by the requirements of the Original Equipment Manufacturer.

B&R has some (but not all) of the responsibilities of the ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER.

If you are an END USER of the equipment you can see who has responsibility from these definitions.

NoCharacteristic to be CheckedClauseResponsibilityComments
1Strength of material and parts:10.2
Resistance to corrosion  10.2.2Original ManufacturerThe Universal DD Series of enclosures are made from steel and stainless steel and as such exceed standards requirements. Comparative testing done, Plus ES report; 103687.
Thermal stability (relates to non-metal enclosures)  10.2.3.1Original ManufacturerThis clause refers mainly to plastic enclosures.
Resistance to abnormal heat and fire (due to internal electric effect)  10.2.3.2Original ManufacturerAll insulating materials supplied have been tested to 960ºC glow-wire Standard. Plus ES report; 103863
Resistance to ultra-violet (UV) radiation  10.2.4Original ManufacturerUV ratings refer mainly to plastic enclosures however metal Powder-coat painted enclosures incorporates UV stabilization. AksoNobel report; 20LSR178
Lifting  10.2.5Original ManufacturerLifting is verified by test, if required. Generally this relates to larger switchboards to which lifting means (lugs) have been provided. Plus ES report; 103687
Mechanical Impact  10.2.6Original ManufacturerIK10; Metal enclosure systems have been tested to exceed IK10 (20 Joules).
Marking  10.2.7Assembly ManufacturerMarkings must be verified by test. Tests are performed by rubbing with water and petroleum spirits; generally done by the Switchboard Builder (Assembler).
2Degree of protection of enclosures (IP)10.3Original ManufacturerIP55; Ingress Protection (IP) rating needs to be verified by test or by assessment. SIMTARS report; NE96/0065
3Clearances10.4Assembly ManufacturerClearance and creepage can only be verified by test. Switchboard Builders (Assembler) must maintain compliance by ensuring correct clearance and creepage distances are maintained at >8mm (Uimp=8kV) and >16mm (Ui=1kV) respectively.
4Creepage distances10.4Assembly Manufacturer
5Protection against electric shock and integrity of protective circuits10.5
Effective continuity between the exposed conductive parts of the ASSEMBLY and the protective circuit   10.5.2Assembly ManufacturerEquipotential protective earth bonding points are required to be verified by test to less than 0.1ohm. Similar enclosure designs have been tested by Plus ES report; 103687
Short-circuit withstand strength of the protective circuit   10.5.3Original ManufacturerProtective circuit verification can be by test or comparison with a reference design. Plus ES report; 103687.
6Incorporation of switching devices and components10.6Assembly ManufacturerPoints 6, 7 and 8 are largely the responsibility of the Switchboard builder (Assembler). It is a requirement that the Assembler follow guidance from the original manufacturer. The advice of original manufacturers such as B&R and switchgear manufacturers, needs to be adhered to. Switchboard Builders need to be aware of the Standard’s requirements for these verification points and incorporate these into complete design verification documentation.
7Internal electrical circuits and connections10.7Assembly Manufacturer
8Terminals for external conductors10.8Assembly Manufacturer
9Dielectric Properties10.9
Power-frequency withstand voltage  10.9.2Original ManufacturerThe Universal DD Series of enclosures are provided as a basic empty enclosure and as such dielectric property verification has not been possible as internal configurations are not known. Dielectric properties need to be verified by Impulse withstand testing or by assessment, reference clearances and creapages.
Impulse withstand voltage  10.9.3Original Manufacturer
10Temperature-rise limits10.1Assembly ManufacturerTemperature-rise can be determined by test or by comparison or by calculation. Temperature rise methods provided in AS/NZS 60890 can be used for switchboards not exceeding 1600A rating. The Universal DD enclosures are rated to not exceed 630A and therefore AS/NZS 60890 should be used by the Designer.
11Short circuit withstand strength10.11Original ManufacturerEnclosures with a fault rating exceeding10kA need to be 61Compliant. Verification can be by test or comparison with a reference design. Plus ES report; 103687.
12Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)10.12Original Equipment ManufacturerEquipment installed in switchboards shall comply with the immunity requirements of the relevant product or generic EMC standard. The Switchboard builder (assembler) shall obtain from the device and or component manufacturer the specific performance criteria of the equipment based on the acceptance criteria given in the relevant standard.
13Mechanical operation10.13Original Equipment ManufacturerThis verification testing need NOT be done on devices already been type tested according to their relevant product standard. Only if their mechanical operation has been modified does the assembly need to be retested by cycling it 200 times.