Cases and Enclosures

All-round hygienic solutions for the meat industry

At the IFFA, the leading exhibition for the meat industry held in Frankfurt, Rittal presented complete system solutions for enclosures, power distribution and climate control technology, appropriate for both hygienic and non-hygienic zones of production. It included Rittal’s comprehensive ‘Hygienic Design’ range of stainless steel housings, enclosures and climate control …

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All-round hygienic solutions for the meat industry

At the IFFA, the leading exhibition for the meat industry held in Frankfurt, Rittal presented complete system solutions for enclosures, power distribution and climate control technology, appropriate for both hygienic and non-hygienic zones of production. It included Rittals comprehensive ‘Hygienic Design’ range of stainless steel housings, enclosures and climate control …

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Prepare yourself…. Summer is coming!

Winter may have been the focus of the hugely popular TV drama Game of Thrones but in the real world the mercury is rising and we will soon be firmly into summer. Despite any rainclouds that may still be lingering, don’t be fooled.  Summer will bring higher temperatures, which may …

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Digitally supported switchgear engineering

What do American footballers, and the workings of their teams, have in common with system technology from Rittal and Eplan? More than you might expect. In short, both operate on an “all for one and one for all” basis.  Both demonstrate how coordinated systems that link together can tap into unimagined potential. …

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In times of uncertainty, make the most of your assets

It is safe to say that there is a great deal of uncertainty at the moment; something which is being felt not just in the UK but in many countries across the world. In these circumstances, the best thing that businesses can do is protect their existing assets. It’s fundamentally important …

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Industry 4.0 manufacturing

The new 250 million-euro Rittal plant in Haiger embraces the principles of Industry 4.0. It represents the company’s largest-ever single investment, enabling them to establish the world’s most advanced manufacturing facility for its new compact and small enclosures. The plant’s highly automated production processes – working in conjunction with the …

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Industry 4.0 manufacturing

The new 250 million-euro Rittal plant in Haiger embraces the principles of Industry 4.0. It represents the company’s largest-ever single investment, enabling them to establish the world’s most advanced manufacturing facility for its new compact and small enclosures. The plant’s highly automated production processes – working in conjunction with the …

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Gotthard Railway Tunnel relies on Spelsberg WKE fire-resistant junction boxes

It would be no exaggeration to call the Gotthard Railway Tunnel an engineering marvel. Stretching 57km in length, at up to 2,450m deep through the Swiss Alps – it is both the longest and deepest tunnel in the world. This application environment presents a substantial challenge to those trying to …

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The Growing Significance of Data Centres for Industry and Everyday Life

Whether in private life or professional life, there are scarcely any activities or services that don’t depend on a data centre somewhere down the line.  Any malfunction in a data centre can of course have major repercussions and the seriousness of this risk has led to the development of a …

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Cloud-based Cooling

Cooling units are playing an increasingly important role in Industry 4.0. Seamless communication between cooling units and associated cloud-based systems is opening up opportunities for new applications.  Essential to these applications are IoT-capable devices such as the cooling units and chillers in the Rittal Blue e+ range. During the lifetime of …

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