New enclosure designed for the rail industry at Infrarail 2018

26th April 2018
Source: Rittal
Posted By : Lanna Cooper
New enclosure designed for the rail industry at Infrarail 2018

 

At Infrarail 2018 on stand D11, Rittal’s new generation Location Case enclosure will be the main attraction. Rittal’s new generation Location Case has been developed in conjunction with Network Rail and their exacting requirements using a standard product platform widely used in other IT and industry sectors.

Increasing safety, reliability and preventing system failures
The enclosure is available in three sizes to accommodate BR 440 framework, 19” rails and mounting plates for all disciplines throughout the UK rail network for signalling, telecoms and power.

Its protection levels, scalable cooling, custom-sizing, and flexible internal configuration options provide an adaptable, highly effective solution that will remain viable for many years to come.

Protecting critical equipment
Also at the show will be an extensive range of enclosures systems compliant with LUL specifications for Fire Safety Performance of Materials.

Rittal’s solutions are widely applied across global networks including enclosure technologies, electronics packaging, power distribution, UPS, climate control and IT systems.  Its capabilities extend across high-density cooling, control and monitoring solutions, and include integration and service to support these technologies.

Ease of installation
For installations of outdoor free-standing enclosures there are custom-built Rittal pre-cast concrete base/plinths.  These significantly reduce the time and cost of the install, and prevent disruption to services by removing the need to mix concrete and remove waste from site.

Other key products in the range include wall-mounted boxes and pole-mounting kits to fasten metal and non-metal enclosures to round and square poles.

Power distribution
Visitors to the show will also be able to find out more about the company’s popular busbar systems, Ri4Power electrical power distribution system and the latest power engineering planning software.  The software provides comprehensive support in planning and verifying standardised Ri4Power switchgear, as required by IEC 61439-1/-2 standard.

As with all Rittal’s solutions the power distribution range has been subject to the most stringent testing, demonstrating their capability to operate in the toughest and most demanding environments.  

Rittal’s highly qualified team will be able to offer support across all stages of the project, from design through to installation and commissioning.


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