Since its foundation in 1961, Rittal has continuously evolved into the world's leading systems provider for enclosures, power distribution, climate control, IT infrastructure and software & services.
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Manufacturing automation systems are delicate and very expensive pieces of kit, which perform vital functions for the businesses they serve.
Busbars systems, or busbar supports are essentially heavy conductors, typically made of copper, which carry and distribute powerful electric currents to components that consume electrical power throughout an assembly.
Rittal will be showcasing its PADS and LU approved enclosures at Railtex 2017.
The company will be exhibiting a range of Network Rail and London Underground approved enclosure systems used extensively within the rail network, rail telecoms and throughout the underground network. The company’s range of approvals includes PADS for track side and the S-1085 for the underground.
Rittal will be showcasing some of its leading technology and much of its considerable expertise at Maintec 2017 (21-23 March, at the NEC, Birmingham).
The introduction of the IEC 61439 switchgear and control standards has had significant implications for the design and performance of the copper busbar system.
Rittal, a leading global provider of solutions for industrial enclosures, power distribution, climate control and IT infrastructure, has announced the launch of a new cover plate for shielding live components within electrical distribution systems.
Its series of specially designed lights now includes 600 and 400 lumens of light output (luminous flux), to add to the current 1200- and 900-lumen versions. This means that Rittal can now offer lighting solutions to suit all sizes of enclosure, from small housings right up to large systems.
Rittal is expanding its production capabilities and building the world’s most advanced production plant for compact enclosures in Haiger, Germany, with completion scheduled for 2018.
Rittal’s Blue e+ range of cooling units have achieved another milestone by winning the 2016 Cooling Award of the RAC Magazine (Refrigeration and Air Conditioning), beating stiff competition from across the industry.
Designing a switchgear system which can be used in earthquake-prone zones is a tremendous challenge for many panel builders, especially as this kind of project is typically not regular business.