Custom Electronic Enclosures


Custom electronic enclosures are housings for components of electrical or electronic equipment (e.g., displays, panelboards, and switches). The main purposes of these structures are to protect the equipment from environmental compounds and conditions that can cause damage and users from injury caused by the equipment (e.g., electrical shock or explosion). While they can be found in a wide range of industrial, commercial, and residential facilities, they must be designed and built to suit the application and environment.


Since 1959, A&J Manufacturing Company has specialized in the design and manufacture of customer specified custom electronic enclosures. Our custom electronic enclosures range in size and configuration from small computer card cages to a large multiple-bay consoles and are designed and tailored to meet our customer’s specific needs.

Our modular frame systems enable highly versatile configuration flexibility for tailored or customized solutions. Our bolted-together frame designs and rack accessories enable us to easily build a rack, cabinet, console or enclosure to your specific requirements. All A&J Manufacturing Company enclosures are manufactured from 6061-T6 aluminum using our unique family of proprietary extrusions and several configurations meet the requirements of MIL-S-901 Shock and MIL-STD-167-1 Vibration. Designing the proper cabinet means careful consideration of an application’s specific design criteria and the associated costs. Working with our expert team to navigate through the design has proven development, cost and time-to-market benefits.
These building blocks are designed with low-risk customization in mind and span enclosure construction, mechanical protection, cooling and temperature control, isolation and EMI/EMC.


The A & J Engineering Department utilizes the latest CAD design software and employs an experienced registered professional engineering staff.

EIA-310 – Racks, Electrical Equipment, 19 inch and Associated Panels
MIL-HDBK-2036 – Electronic Equipment – General (NAVY)
MIL-S-901 – Shock Test, Hi-Impact Shipboard Machinery, Equipment and Systems
MIL-STD-167-1 – Tests, Mechanical Vibrations of Shipboard Equipment
MIL-STD-810 – Environmental Test Methods for Aerospace and Ground Equipment

MIL-DTL-5541 – Chemical Film (Iridite) Class 3
MIL-PRF-23377 – Primer Coating: Epoxy, High Solid
FED-STD-595 – Federal Standard – Colors
MIL-DTL-15090 – Enamel – Equipment, Light Gray Class 2
MIL-PRF-22750 – Epoxy Paint
MIL-PRF-85285 – Enamel, Semi-gloss
MIL-PRF-85582 – Waterborne Epoxy Primer

ASTM B209 & ASTM B221 – Aluminum Alloy – 6061-T6
SAE-AMS-STD-66 – Corrosion Resistant Steel – Type 303
SAE-AMS-QQ-A-250/8 – Aluminum Alloy – 5052-H32

Design Requirements Worksheet

Download our design requirements worksheet to ensure you get the right product designed for your unique applications. It helps capture the critical design elements necessary to correctly and completely design a high-performance solution. Customers are encouraged to complete this tool at the start of any new design collaboration and share technical information with A&J engineers.

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Contact A&J for Your General and Custom Electronic Enclosures Today

Electronic enclosures are a vital component of many electrical and electronic systems. That’s why it is important to source them from an experienced supplier. 

If you need enclosures for your equipment, turn to the experts at A&J Manufacturing. In addition to a range of standard enclosures, we offer a broad selection of modification and customization capabilities to ensure we can deliver a custom enclosure solution that fully meets each customer’s unique requirements and restrictions. To get started on your custom enclosure solution, request a quote.


If you need enclosures for your equipment, turn to the experts at A&J. We offer a range of standard light-duty, medium-duty, and heavy-duty enclosures as well as a variety of modification and customization capabilities to suit different customer requirements and restrictions

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