Enclosures

  • New year’s resolution: Make improvements now to stay cool for the summer

    Karl Lycett, Rittal UK’s product manager for Climate Control explains why now is the time is to get your facility summer ready.

  • R&M: How high density affects racks

    Andreas Rüsseler, CMO at R&M, discusses implementing high-density into your infrastructure, the benefits and why it doesn’t have to be a headache.

  • Rittal to participate in London event

    Rittal is planning to exhibit and speak at the forthcoming DatacenterDynamics Converged Europe Conference and Expo being held in November at Old Billingsgate, London. The company says it will be showcasing its range of solutions that address the needs of companies who design, install and operate data centres, whatever their size or scale. These solutions are designed to provide users with efficient, flexible and scalable responses to meet the challenges their customers may face in the future.

  • Rittal: A base for every season

    Rittal’s new base/plinth system for enclosures and IT racks means it can now offer customers and end-users an unprecedented number of functions and options.

  • Summer sun or Winter snow, these machine just want to go

    In summer, most us look forward to longer days, holidaying abroad and eating endless amounts of ice cream without feeling guilty. However, spare a thought for plant managers, who fill with dread when the temperature gage begins to increase. Here Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at obsolete industrial parts supplier, EU Automation explains how plant managers can keep electrical enclosures running efficiently during the summer months.

  • Swinghandle system suits cabinets large or small

    Hardware manufacturer EMKA has claimed that its 1150 program of industrial swinghandles is the most comprehensive in the company's range. With IP ratings of IP40, IP54, IP65 and IP66, these rugged locking handles offer the OEM panel builder a complete package from the 80 and 120mm versions for enclosures through to the main range of 160mm and 200+mm handles for round or flat rods on large cabinets.

  • The data centre opportunity for cable landing stations

    The first ever submarine cable – laid in the English Channel in 1851 – heralded a new era of communication. And nearly 170 years later the world’s oceans are now crisscrossed by hundreds of thousands of kilometres of cable – long enough to get to the moon and back, and with plenty to spare, Shalini Lagrutta reports.

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