RittalXpress simplifies online configuration of cabinets

Rittal is launching a new RittalXpress website from where visitors can search for suitable products and receive outline quotations for standard or modified Rittal enclosures within minutes.

The RittalXpress website was developed to enable customers to identify which products are available via the RittalXpress seven-day modification service and to provide a quick and easy-to-use interface for configuring enclosures online. Users can choose by application, size, IP rating, part number or material - which can be mild steel, plastic, aluminium or stainless steel. The RittalXpress website is said to have a level of intelligence that only permits the selection of accessories to suit the chosen size or type of enclosure, together with the inclusion of any holes required. This removes any chance of the incorrect selection of accessories and saves time spent browsing through catalogues.

Modification of the enclosure - from simple holes, round or square including threads, through to more time-consuming cutouts such as large apertures for fans and filters, baying kits or special repeat patterns - can also be requested using RittalXpress. Modification is possible on any face of the enclosure, the door, roof, side panels, gland plates or mounting panels with tight tolerances, thereby improving overall quality and eliminating expensive mistakes - and leaving all the risk with Rittal.

Once selection is complete, the summary page presents a quotation and summary of the chosen configuration, which can be saved, edited, deleted or submitted for a confirmed quotation before placing an order. Once the order has been received a configured enclosure will be delivered within seven working days.

To use the RittalXpress online configurator, go to www.rittalxpress.co.uk.

Rittal Ltd

Braithwell Way, Hellaby Industrial Estate
S66 8QY

+44 (0)1709 704000



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