Rittal  – Infinite possibilities from a single source

Rittal – The System

Founded in 1961, Rittal has grown to become the largest enclosure manufacturer in the world, a leader in climate control technology and a provider of complete data centre infrastructure. Eight locations across Australia and New Zealand service a wide range of industries including:

  • LV Electrical Switchboards
  • Food & Beverage Processing Plants
  • Industrial Process Control Systems
  • Mining, Oil & Gas Exploration & Processing
  • Machine Tool & Equipment Manufacturing
  • Computer Processing Equipment
  • Data Centres
  • Outdoor Signalling & Communication Systems
  • Manufacturing Automation Systems

Rittal products provide the basis for “Rittal – The System.” The modular system architecture means that their solutions can be tailored to your precise needs and requirements – completely individual, tailored to your company and industry, directly from their standard product range.

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The system platform for “Rittal – The System.” is the TS 8 enclosure, which can also be used as an IT rack. The Rittal portfolio also includes a wide range of enclosure types, from small cases and compact enclosures, through to entire enclosure systems.

In the field of power distribution, “Rittal – The System.”, together with the switchgear system Ri4Power and the power distribution system RiLine, provides a reliable power supply to suit virtually all applications.

All electrical equipment generates heat – but Rittal climate control solutions ensure that heat loss from the components is efficiently removed. Their product portfolio ranges from the perfect fan-and-tiler unit for industrial enclosures, through to sophisticated cooling concepts for IT infrastructures.

Whether you opt for a micro-data centre as a stand-alone solution for SMEs, or a complete data centre, Rittal can supply concepts and products in any size to suit your IT infrastructure.

Based on the modular principle, “Rittal – The System.”, the possibilities are almost infinite. And all from a single source.