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Flexible construction options for outdoor enclosures

22 August 2012

Rittal has a range of outdoor enclosures based on a central stainless steel frame, clad with inner and outer panels that are manufactured from aluminium for optimum stability.

Rittal’s standard TS 8 punched section profile also ensures optimum mounting for any internal fitments from the standard range of Rittal accessories, along with the option of enclosure baying and expansion prior to, or after, on-site installation.

With the internal frame providing the structural strength of the enclosure, the novel design allows the flexibility of doors fitted to any side of the enclosure, along with the removal of the panels for replacement, without affecting the installed equipment and providing 180º access when and if required.

Examples of easily added parts include mounting plates for heavy equipment, contactors, DIN rails for component  and interconnection mounting, thermostats and cabinet heaters for climate control, and 19in profiles for standard electronic equipment.

Shelving can be fastened directly to the frame, as can telescopic slides and static slide rails, to allow access to the rear of installed equipment and ease installation. There are hundreds of different section sizes and shapes to choose from.


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