Rittal System Ltd., a provider of electrical enclosures, climate control, power distribution and IT Infrastructure solutions and software, has won an Electro-Federation Canada Marketing Excellence Award for the fourth year.
A key consideration for plant engineers and operators when choosing the right solution for industrial automation applications, is designing the right Human Machine Interface (HMI) for production programs. HMI includes the equipment and accessories that provides automation system operators with a bird’s eye view of their machines, systems, and processes for optimal manufacturing control and efficiency.
Rittal Systems has introduced the VX SE free-standing enclosure system. For applications where its AX compact enclosures are too small, and the TS 8 baying enclosures are too large — the VX SE is a midway alternative for applications where baying is not required.
Rittal Systems has introduced Service Packages for industrial and IT cooling units, to minimize downtimes and boost efficiency. With Rittal Service, customers are said to benefit from rapid availability around the globe. From just a little advice for an application, the company says, to repairing or replacing a vital enclosure climate control component, the service packages guarantee all the benefits of lifecycle management for long-term security.
Rittal Systems has announced the launch of its TS IT Pro enclosures. The units are suitable for a range of applications, from small to large scale deployments ready to roll in place, to high density cooling and cabling solutions.
Rittal Systems has introduced Blue e+ IoT-enabled air conditioners and climate control systems said to help decrease enclosure energy costs by up to 75% while enhancing efficiency and ROI, both in industrial as well as IT scenarios.
Last year, Rittal Systems Ltd. of Mississauga, ON, launched the premier Canadian ‘Advancing Women in Tech’ Scholarships as part of Electro-Federation Canada’s annual Scholarship Program. Following the successful recognition of two worthy recipients (read more here), Rittal Canada has once again announced that it will be awarding two ‘Advancing Women in Tech’ scholarships of $1,750 each, to female Canadian undergraduates to help further their studies and careers in the electrical and associated industries.
Mississauga, ON-based Rittal Systems Ltd. has announced that Tim Rourke will be resigning as president, and Andre Bousette will be stepping into this role, taking leadership of Rittal’s Canadian operations. Rourke completed 25 years of service to Rittal Systems in 2020 beginning with the company’s first year of operations in Canada.
Mississauga, ON-based Rittal Systems Ltd. has announced the winners of the Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) ‘Women in Tech’ Scholarship program cheques of $1,750 each to pursue their careers in the Electrical & Manufacturing Industry.
Rittal Systems Ltd. of Mississauga, ON, has been named on the 2020 list of Best Workplaces in Manufacturing. The electrical enclosures manufacturer received the honour for the fourth year in a row after a thorough and independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work.