Ritherdon have been manufacturing various enclosures probably since the 1940's and, up until the 1990's, had only used stainless steel for special circumstances where the extra cost could be justified. However, in the late 1990's, when the cheaper, ferritic stainless known as 3Cr12 was specified as EN1.4003 in Europe, Ritherdon saw its potential as a cost effective and superior material for external enclosures. Traditionally, in the street enclosure market, galvanised mild steel had been used (particularly for feeder pillars): the zinc coating providing a level of protection for the mild steel. More precise manufacturing is required to produce stainless steel...
All Ritherdon Meter Boxes, Meter Box Repairs, Pillars & Cabinets are fitted with 8mm Tri Key Cam Locks as standard. Tri Key Cam Lock Though this is suitable and opened with a wildly available standardised tri-key for easy access by 3rd party contractors such as meter readers or power network companies, in some applications such as CCTV or Traffic Controls this isn't very secure. So, we can offer lock alternatives on request to regulate access to your equipment. Keyed Cam Lock Hasp For Padlock (As Well As Cam Locks) 3 Point Locking System (RB Cabinets Only)
Choosing the correct Ritherdon Meter Box Repair Door & Frame. Measure your existing Meter Box by taking the 3 measurements as indicated below. Note whether it is gas or electric? (Gas need louvered doors for ventilation) Look on our website here or call us on: 01254 819100 When measuring a damaged meter box, it is very important that you measure carefully, without adding any extra to the three dimensions that are detailed in the photographs above. Please note the depth is only what is protruding from the wall.
Can I Buy Extra Spare Keys? Yes you can! We stock all spare keys for all locks supplied with your Door & Frame, Pillar or Cabinet.