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26 October 2023

FOR INDUSTRIAL operations, panels and switchgear play crucial roles, and to ensure they comply with standards while delivering the necessary functionality, innovative solutions, such as CUBIC modular enclosures from Rockwell Automation, are the perfect solution.

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06 March 2023

ROLEC’S ADVANCED HMI enclosures now include multiPANEL, profiPANEL and profiPANEL STANDARD – giving industrial electronics designers more choice.

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16 December 2022

OKW’s INNOVATIVE and compact new Mini-Data-Box is ideal for miniaturised applications including IoT/IIoT, automation, medical, security and surveillance technology, sensors and smart logistics. Its small size also makes it suitable for wearable electronics.

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10 November 2022

WDS COMPONENTS is now offering a complete range of parts for enclosures and cabinets. The range includes locks, latches, and catches, as well as hinges and handles, plus a range of accessories and peripheral parts. The company also offers specification advice and provides customisation for enclosure OEMs.

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31 August 2022

There are several common excuses that are frequently cited as reasons not to tackle climate control provision and maintenance at a firm's production and automation facilities, explains Rittal's Karl Lycett.

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10 July 2022

RITTAL IS expanding its smart cooling unit solutions by adding the new Blue e+ S range. This latest generation of cooling units with lower output categories of 300, 500, and 1000W have been designed for efficiency, ensuring a smaller footprint and lower costs.

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11 May 2022

ROLEC’S ELEGANT new aluDOOR is a tough, go-anywhere enclosure that is rated IP 66, IP 67 and – on request – IP 69K. It can be mounted on walls, bulkheads, machines and desks.

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11 May 2022

SPECIALIST ENCLOSURES manufacturer ROLEC has launched aluDOOR – the next generation of hinged-lid housings for harsh outdoor and indoor industrial applications.

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11 May 2022

WITH RISING demand for connectivity, the need for outdoor systems is increasing. According to Rittal, it is paramount that when a system is to be placed outside, serious consideration is given to the design of the housing that the critical infrastructure equipment will sit in.

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10 May 2022

NEW FROM Beckhoff, the MX-System is a modular system that supplies electrical power and EtherCAT communication from a slim baseplate to plug-in modules that connect directly to nearby systems. This minimises the need for large electrical control cabinets and can allow engineers to entirely substitute conventional control panels, report the company.

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17 January 2022

WITH MANUFACTURING companies building new IT and OT infrastructures for edge applications faster than ever before, the required rack systems need to facilitate individual solutions simply, safely and in a future-proof way. The new Rittal VX IT rack system addresses these demands.

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11 January 2022

Andy Billingham offers some hints and tips on what to take into consideration when looking to achieve optimum enclosure sealing

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06 September 2021

The task of machining enclosures, housings and mounting plates takes switchgear manufacturers a lot of time if they have to carry out the work by hand. Taking care of all work in a single pass, Rittal's Perforex MT automated machining centre has an automatic tool changer and tool magazine that can hold up to 21 tools.

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16 June 2021

OKW REPORTS increasing demand for its advanced touchscreen enclosures: wall-mounted SMART-PANEL, low-profile handheld SLIM-CASE, square-plan control centre PROTEC and multifunctional INTERFACE-TERMINAL.

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30 June 2021

There is an adage that time is money and this is particularly true when it comes to production downtime. Therefore it's vitally important not to make excuses when it comes to maintenance. Karl Lycett looks at the most commonly cited

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15 March 2021

BAYING ENCLOSURES are frequently employed for free-standing use cases – but are not always the best approach. The advantages of stand-alone products such as the Rittal VX SE have often been overlooked.

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12 March 2021

IN 2019 Rittal UK was approached by Rob Shaw, site controls engineer for Allied Bakeries’ Walthamstow facility, which produces around 1.5 million loaves per week.

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14 September 2020

RS COMPONENTS has expanded its RS PRO portfolio of enclosures designed for industrial applications to include fibre-glass-reinforced plastic units 
ideal for deployment in harsh industrial environments including transportation.

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27 April 2020

Industrial electronic enclosures manufacturer Rolec now offers a wider range of standard and customisable cases with windows for standard display modules and panels.

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02 April 2020

nVent Hoffman and Eldon complement each other on many levels; it therefore makes perfect sense to combine these two strong enclosure brands. To achieve this, Eldon became part of nVent in September 2019.

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FEATURES

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20 June 2022

With demand for demand for customisation on the rise, Chris Lloyd looks at how enclosure suppliers are adding value and engineered excellence

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15 February 2021

SWITCH AND control panels protect electrical devices in a 'hostile environment'. They prevent damage from moisture, dust or contact. But that is not enough. Accessories are often used for ease of use and to make the assembly of panels simpler and clearer. These usually originated from the user. It is important that these accessories meet the same requirements as those that apply to building the panel, writes Emma Ryde.

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10 March 2020

Spelsberg IBT electrical enclosures and fittings are being installed into pre-cast concrete panels to help in the time-critical construction of the London School of Economics’ new Paul Marshall Institute.

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20 January 2020

Industry 4.0 is the current buzzword of choice for engineers and marketing professionals across almost every market sector; and for good reason. Industry 4.0 describes the integration of digital communication with the industrial process to create a network of ‘smart’ tools and components that can improve efficiency, quality, productivity and safety.

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23 April 2018

After five years in development, Rittal has launched its new VX25 large enclosure system at this year's Hannover Messe. Embracing Industry 4.0 philosophies in terms of both application and manufacture, it has been fully developed to meet requirements for increased productivity in control and switchgear manufacturing.

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16 January 2018

Bill Schweber of Altech, an established United States supplier of industrial components, looks at some of the capabilities of non-metallic enclosures for industrial and agricultural applications

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19 October 2017

The availability of end-to-end data is the key to productivity in any automated process. Andy Pye visited the German HQ of Rittal in Herborn to see the latest thinking in the automation of control panel building and enclosure manufacture

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13 October 2016

Misconceptions can often lead to a fear of new developments, especially in the world of technological innovation. Using water-cooling for electrical devices, for example, has a stigma due to the combination of liquid and electricity. Steve Hughes, MD of REO UK, reports

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30 August 2016

With energy efficiency and Industry 4.0 topping the agenda at Rittal, it is little wonder that the company has brought these two strategies together in the performance and production of its Blue e+ cooling unit series. Charlotte Stonestreet visited the company's Italian production facility to find out more

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03 May 2016

For building control panels, Omron is introducing around 600 different factory automation (FA) devices, across 18 different product categories

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15 December 2015

The length of service life of units and systems is one of the most important requirements in mechanical engineering. In order to prevent system failures, control components (which are subjected to a thermal stress that depends on the load placed on the machine) require climate control.

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18 August 2015

This article from Lutze looks at the thermodynamics of control panel design and how to solve the problems that are experienced on a regular basis

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17 August 2015

Full-scale automation of control panel production has become far more accessible thanks to Rittal's acquisition of Kiesling a few years ago

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15 June 2015

Selecting the best enclosure for a particular situation requires some thought, as there are several issues to consider. Chris Lloyd of Spelsberg offers this aide memoire to some of the more useful points.

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14 October 2014

Engineers cannot be experts at everything, so they often bring in specialists to help out. And asking the right questions will help ensure a successful outcome to each project. Chris Lloyd, managing director of Spelsberg UK identifies the key things to consider about electrical enclosures.

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20 August 2014

The global economy has increased competition, which is great for consumers who can now demand high quality, low cost solutions. But, what does this mean for OEMs and design engineers? How have the pressures of operating on a global market affected their demands and requirements on component manufacturers? Chris Lloyd, managing director of Spelsberg ELS, explains the changing market trends in enclosure manufacture, supply and demand

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09 September 2013

When it comes to specifying an enclosure, Chris Lloyd, general manager of Spelsberg UK, explains how customisation services can offer reduced installation costs and increased product quality in projects of any size.

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15 December 2021

A response to the miniaturisation trend across industries, the Han® 1A has been designed to take up less installation space.

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