Precision Quincy XP Series
Communication and equipment shelters
Precision Quincy's line of XP Series Shelters are designed to meet the changing needs of the broadcasting industry. The company offers full service design and engineering along with its line of custom manufactured equipment shelters and cabinets. It guarantees compliance with all codes, programs, specifications and zones. XP shelters are strong but lightweight, and attractive yet low maintenance. They feature many industry-first innovations including "passive ventilation" roof design and a patent-pending super lightweight fire-rated construction. These extra design features allow the XP series to be used virtually anywhere equipment protection is needed.
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