About us

Gustav Hensel GmbH & Co. KG was founded in 1931 and is a leading medium-sized company for the manufacture of electrical installation and distribution systems. With technical expertise, Hensel has developed innovative solutions for electrical equipment of buildings.

The partners on the market are electrical wholesalers and electricians as well as panel builders. Hensel is a global company with ten subsidiaries and numerous agents in 65 countries. Hensel has about 840 employees, 590 of which are in Germany.

The product portfolio covers the entire spectrum of electrical installation and distribution solutions. It extends from cable junction boxes to small distribution boards up to 63 A, combinable enclosure systems for the assembly of distribution boards up to 250 A or power distribution boards up to 630 A and low-voltage switchgear assemblies up to 5000 A. Hensel offers standard-conforming product solutions for photovoltaic plants with its ENYSUN distribution boards.

Products and services

HENSEL is an internationally operating group of companies and specialist for the manufacture of electrical installation and distribution systems especially for extreme environments.

DK Cable junction boxes

System features


KV Small type distribution boards or MCB Enclosure Systems with IP 65 degree of protection upto 63A


Mi Combinable and modular thermoplastic polycarbonate panel systems with IP 65 degree of protection upto 630A / extendable upto 1000A. ASTA certified / Type teste at CPRI as per IEC 439-1.

Gustav Hensel GmbH & Co. KG
Gustav-Hensel-Str. 6
57368 Lennestadt

Phone: +49 2723 6090
Fax: +49 2723 60052
Internet: www.hensel-electric.de
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Contact person

R. Rajesh
Director - AMESEA
Phone: +91 44 67127700
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News & Innovations

ENYCASE Cable Junction Boxes awarded for high design quality

ENYCASE Cable Junction Boxes awarded for high design quality
ENYCASE Cable Junction Boxes from Hensel won over the 38-member jury of the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2015. With the completely new generation of product series ENYCASE Hensel proved its design excellence in the most important competition for product design, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.

The international experts discussed and assessed each of the 4,928 entries from 56 countries. But only the designs that won over the jury with their quality and innovative power were given an award. ENYCASE Cable Junction Boxes from Hensel succeeded in convincing the jury members, deservedly winning the sought-after Red Dot seal of quality.

Throughout the world and across different industries, Red Dot is seen as the award for high design quality. The international Red Dot jury bestows the sought-after seal of quality only to those products that stand out clearly from comparable entries thanks to their excellent design.

ENYCASE Cable Junction Boxes made of plastic have been specially designed for use in harsh, demanding environments and just provide outdoors and in all weathers, an optimal protection against moisture, dirt and dust. Plenty of room for wiring, variable clamping positions, numerous possibilities for cable entry and a variety of mounting options are convincing arguments for the electrician who processes the cable junction boxes. The jury's verdict: "Optimal integration of mechanics, practically oriented solution thoughtful constructive."

Professor Dr Peter Zec, Founder and CEO of the Red Dot Award: “For 60 years, the most-respected design experts have been convening every year in Essen to seek out the best designs. This year we had a record number of almost 5,000 entries – a huge amount of work for our jury members, who assessed each individual product, and a special value of the distinction due to the high standard. The laureates of the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2015 have demonstrated exceptionally high achievements and have thus been deservedly successful in the world’s largest design competition.”

The winning products are then presented for four weeks in the special exhibition “Design on Stage” before being included in the museum’s permanent exhibition.

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