That’s a loaded question…but we deliberately wrote it that way to alert you to a critical consideration: watertightness is not a binary concept. It’s not a simple yes or no. There are other factors at play – such as force/pressure and whether the enclosure must survive immersion.
This is why the IP ratings scale is not as simple as it appears at first glance. Whilst higher numbers may suggest superior levels of protection, there’s much more to it than that. Here are some examples…
Stainless steel inoBOX is rated to IP 66. That means it offers:
Find out more here about IP ratings. Click the second tab ‘IP Ratings Explained’.
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