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Rittal

Braithwell Way
Hellaby Ind Estate
Rotherham
South Yorkshire
S66 8QY
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01709 704000
Fax : 01709 701217
Email : information@rittal.co.uk
Web : www.rittal.co.uk


Editorial archive;

Make sure your enclosures are summer ready 10/07/2017
High temperatures are the most common cause of sensitive electrical and electronic components tripping or even failing, so users of manufacturing automation systems need to ensure that they are prepared for the summer heat and, if necessary, should arrange for an inspection of their equipment to check the level of risk, according to Jason Swann. Full Story...

Lighting up enclosures 05/09/2016
Rittal is launching a new generation of lights designed for enclosures which are said to set new standards for energy and performance using LED technology which will deliver up to 1,200 lumens.  Full Story...

Survey identifies overheating risk in enclosures 26/05/2015
A Rittal RiAssure3 survey can help identify the likely risk of a system overheating which could lead to equipment tripping or failing. Full Story...

Demand-based cooling and monitoring from a fan-and-filter unit 05/05/2015
Rittal has introduced a new EC Speed Control, compatible with larger models in its TopTherm EC fan-and-filter unit range. Full Story...

The right environment for a G59 electrical installation 31/03/2015
The precise environment requirements for a G59 installation – the regulation surrounding the connection of generator devices to run in parallel with a mains electrical utility grid – are available from Rittal.  Full Story...

Busbar system for AC and DC applications 03/02/2015
Efficient drive systems, idle power loss reductions and the renewable energy sector all require safe, reliable DC solutions. Rittal can now offer offer an approved busbar system with standard components, optimised for both AC and DC applications.  Full Story...

Design software complies with switchgear standards 22/05/2014
Rittal has released an upgrade to its RPE design software, complemented by the IEC 61439 guide book, which covers aspects of the standard that effect all control panels. Full Story...

Free-standing enclosure for extreme conditions 04/04/2014
Rittal’s SE 8 enclosure range now includes NEMA 4/4x protection category offerings.  Full Story...

Wiring system features internal compartmentalisation 07/01/2014
Rittal’s wiring system for Ri4Power facilitates vertical and horizontal cable routing in conjunction with internal Form 2-4 separation. Full Story...

Guidance on IEC 61439 standards 12/11/2013
Rittal has produced a free guide book, entitled ‘Standard-compliant switchgear and control protection’, which offers an insight into the new IEC 61439 standards and to assist and offer guidance on how to comply with the standards. Full Story...

Lightweight copper busbars help reduce costs 19/03/2013
Rittal believes that its Cuponal copper-coated aluminium busbar can offer advantages over traditional busbar systems. Full Story...

Cooling solution for hot equipment 15/01/2013
Rittal has introduced the Industrial Liquid Cooling Package (LCP), whose technology stems originally from high-density server cooling developed for the IT sector. Full Story...

Improved protection against arcing 23/10/2012
Rittal Ri4Power switchboards are said to offer improved protection against accidental arcing within electrical switchgear systems. Full Story...

Termination to IEC61439-2 standards 16/10/2012
Rittal has announced that, following extensive testing, its modular Ri4Power system now complies with the latest IEC 61439-2 standards. Full Story...

Rittal enclosure heaters keep your equipment warm and dry 01/06/2012
Enclosure heaters from Rittal are said to offer a high-level of energy efficiency due to the incorporation of self-regulating positive temperature coefficient (PTC) technology. Developed using computational fluid dynamics (CFD), the heaters provide superior heating performance while maintaining the physical dimensions of previous models. Full Story...

Hygienically designed enclosures 15/05/2012
Rittal’s Hygienic Design (HD) enclosures feature a protection category of IP69K for applications where there is an emphasis on stringent hygiene requirements and ease of cleaning. Full Story...

Going green is Rittal’s way forward 03/12/2007
Rittal has joined The Green Grid in a bid to boost energy efficiency and lower power consumption of data centres. Full Story...