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International partnership offers great marketing platform

2014-03-12. Rittal entered a worldwide partnership agreement with DatacenterDynamics (DCD), London, in the field of marketing. As a result, the provider of IT infrastructure has been granted international access to the services of DatacenterDynamics, allowing Rittal to present its data centre portfolio to a larger audience.

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  • Smart & Small Power Distribution for First Time

    2017-05-08. Rittal, the leading global provider of solutions for industrial enclosures, power distribution, climate control, is offering manufacturers of small control panels and switchgear an innovative and tested power distribution system.

  • Rittal’s DX Enclosure-Based Cooling Solutions Support Growing IT Needs

    2017-04-07. In today’s data-driven business models, even small companies have to contend with growing IT needs. When they expand their computing environments and install the latest class of servers, the issue of cooling the equipment becomes acute. Legacy air-cooling systems are no longer sufficient.

  • Busbar Systems and IEC 61439 Standards

    2017-02-20. 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.

  • How to Design and Size a Busbar

    2017-01-30. The introduction of the IEC 61439 switchgear and control standards has had significant implications for the design and performance of the copper busbar system.

  • Say Goodbye to Tangled Cables with Rittal

    2017-01-16. When it comes to cable entry points, installation engineers often need nerves of steel. Indeed, if enclosures are being set up directly at the place of use, installing the cable entry point by fitting cumbersome connectors through the gland plates is often an arduous and time-consuming job.

  • Rittal To Build World’s Most Advanced Production Plant

    2016-11-04. 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. Total capital expenditure will amount to 250 million euros, making it the largest single investment in the company’s history.

  • Earthquake protection for switchgear systems

    2016-10-25. 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.