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mitel box

mitel box

mitel box

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   I have the need for putting a couple of Mitel 4025 sets in box's   in short something to protect the 4025 from External Smoke/Soot as these would be in a Boiler plant. . .   So far everything I have seen from Allentel & Gaitronics is too small width Wise,   if there is a different manufacture I can get them From please let me know it need to be atleast 9.5 inch's wide  and of course hold a RJ-11W jack on the Back side.

  Thanks in Advance

RE: mitel box

GTE used to make a really wide one I know we used to find them used at the refurbers you could watch ebay for a couple if your not in a hurry

 you might want to look for a local metal fabracator and see how much to make a couple up out of aluminaum or you might want to give it a go yourself with aluminum sheet and angle  shouldnt be too hard .

RE: mitel box

one other thought In addtion to the box's I would get the plastic covers that cover the face and dial pad

 http://www.viziflex.com/cartexe/shopdisplayproducts.asp...

 we have used these in the past to protect phones in dirty enviorments just plan on changing them every 6-12months

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