Rittal's enclosures on show at RAILTEX 2015

Rittal will be out in force, showcasing its top-of-the-range PADS and LUL-approved range of enclosures at RAILTEX 2015, on stand N41. Among the products on show will be a range of double- walled CS enclosure systems used extensively in Long Line PA applications as well as on level crossing controls. Made of the lightweight aluminium alloy, AlMg3, which offers exceptional corrosion resistance, the CS enclosure has many built-in features include fan and filter cooling, and anti-graffiti Ri-Nano paint finish, 19" angles front and rear, fan trays, light units and door mounted switches, telescopic shelves, heaters and temperature controllers.

There will also be a chance to review the TS IT. These fast, simple and flexible enclosure systems feature snap-in technology, flexible internal configuration, intelligent cable management system, vented doors and multi-functional roofs.

As well as enclosures, the stand will feature Rittal's pre-cast concrete base/plinths, custom-built for its outdoor free-standing enclosures, they remove the need to mix concrete and remove waste from site. Other key products will include wall-mounted boxes and pole-mounting kits to fasten metal and non-metal enclosures to round and square poles.

Go to www.rittal.co.uk for more information about the range of PADS and LUL-approved range of enclosures from Rittal.

Rittal Ltd

Braithwell Way, Hellaby Industrial Estate
Hellaby
Rotherham
S66 8QY
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1709 704000

information@rittal.co.uk

https://www.rittal.co.uk

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