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Rittal Launches New Range of Enclosure Solutions Targeting The Mining and Petrochemical Sectors

The first RiMining stainless steel enclosure provides organisations with easier electrical installation and improved weather protection.
  • 12 February, 2009 14:16

<p>Sydney, 12 February 2009 – Rittal, a leading worldwide provider of enclosure technologies, will launch the first product in its new RiMining range of enclosures at the upcoming Australasian Oil and Gas Exhibition being staged at the Perth Convention Exhibition Centre from 17-19 February 2009.</p>
<p>Designed specifically for the Australian mining and petrochemical sectors, the first RiMining stainless steel enclosure features a large opening and an extended sloped roof overhang, providing organisations with easier electrical installation and improved weather protection.</p>
<p>Specifically, the enclosure measures 400 mm high x 400 mm wide and 250 mm deep. It has flexible left or right hinged doors which open to 180° and feature a three point locking system. Mounting flanges can be separate sections while a flange on the door is required for the provision of locking studs to meet a Grade A cyclone rating.</p>
<p>“As a leading, global provider of enclosure technology we've been able to continue to innovate in this dynamic and challenging technology area while demonstrating a continued commitment to invest in solutions tailored for local market conditions. The RiMining range offers Australian organisations superior features at a competitive price point,” said John McCarl, National Marketing Manager, Rittal.</p>
<p>The enclosure will feature on the Rittal booth at the Australasian Oil and Gas Exhibition, stand number R36.</p>
<p>About Rittal</p>
<p>Since its foundation in 1961, Rittal based in Herborn/Germany, has become a global player. Today, Rittal is one of the world's leading system suppliers for enclosure and housing technology, with over 10,000 standard products available for immediate delivery, and a sought-after solution provider in all areas of industry and mechanical engineering, as well as a trendsetter for all segments of the IT/telecoms market.</p>
<p>The Rittal product spectrum covers the fields of industrial enclosures, electronic packaging, system-climate control, power distribution, IT solutions and communication systems and global service power.</p>
<p>Under the umbrella "Rittal - Complete IT Competence", Rittal - together with its subsidiaries Lampertz and Litcos - offers an integrated range of solutions for efficient, secure, and ecological data centres.</p>
<p>In order to serve the world's market places optimally, 19 high-tech production locations supply 60 subsidiaries, 150 sales and logistics centres and more than 70 agencies around the globe. With 11,100 employees worldwide, Rittal International is the largest company of the Friedhelm Loh Group, based in Haiger, Germany. The group's workforce totals more than 12,200 employees.</p>
<p>For further information, please contact:
David Bass, Bass PR
Tel: 02 9967 8022
Email: david@basspr.com.au</p>

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