At Nema Enclosures we design quality into everything we do.

At Nema Enclosures we design quality into everything we do and make sure it’s clearly communicated to everyone involved in the manufacturing process.


Nema Enclosures Quality Control inspectors examine an electrical enclosure with a customer at a quality check point.

We believe that a successful quality assurance program is built on clear documented communication between all stakeholders throughout the entire custom electrical enclosure manufacturing process. Since we fabricate products that many of our customers incorporate into products of their own it is critical that we get it right the first time, every time. That’s where our Quality Control program comes in. It’s designed to achieve the following objectives: 1. Meet strict and often tight deadlines, 2. Consistently produce high quality, highly customized electrical enclosures, 3. Anticipate and manage client engineer design revisions, and 4. Deliver product exactly at the time our customers need it.

To that end, Nema Enclosures has a dedicated Quality Control team accountable for 100% in-process and final inspection of every custom electrical enclosure before it leaves our facility.

It all starts with our drawings.

At Nema Enclosures we believe that the best technical drawings produce the best electrical enclosures. We constantly work closely with our customers to ensure our drawings are complete and to our customer’s exact specifications, they have been thoroughly inspected and revised by our customer, where required, and they have received formal final approval by our customer.

Only then do we move forward.


Client Approved Nema Enclosures Drawing


Customer Visit Inspection Form 

Quality check points during our manufacturing process.

Once the drawings have received final approval from our customer, we can ensure high quality in our electrical enclosures because we monitor our progress by regularly conducting quality checks, known as hold points, at critical points in our manufacturing process.  It’s at each of these points where our Quality Control team and our customers make a formal assessment of how well we’re doing.  Our Quality Control approach also provides us with the flexibility to address and accommodate any customer revisions throughout our manufacturing process – so our customers always get exactly what they need. The Nema Enclosures quality assessment/ customer inspection hold points for manufacturing our customized electrical enclosures are shown below:

In Production Customer Inspections

To ensure our highest quality, the final inspection is done by the Nema Enclosures Project Manager who designed the enclosure.

Only then is the electrical enclosure ready to leave our facility.

It’s all about reputation in our business.

Due to the custom nature of our business, Nema Enclosures has a stringent quality control process and with it we have been extremely successful in delivering our highest quality electrical enclosures to our customers. This is critical because most of what we fabricate is incorporated into products built by our customers for their customers. It means our customers depend on us for quality components. Their reputation depends on it – and ultimately, so does ours. That’s why we encourage our customers to visit us in our shop at any time to view their order firsthand – at any point during our manufacturing process.

At Nema Enclosures, we believe it is only through the establishment of clear qualifications, responsibilities, documentation, and communication requirements for quality control on any electrical enclosure, that the full benefit of the total quality management process can be realized. Benefits can include avoiding duplication of documentation and inspection, reduction of misunderstanding between stakeholders, real or perceived under or over inspection, and most importantly, long lasting protection of the final product and company reputation. We strive for this in every electrical enclosure we build.

Only then are we satisfied.

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