Save carbon dioxide and keep to the rules with Rittal

Starting on 01 January 2020, there will be bans on the use of certain refrigerants as well as new regulations and rules on the operation, servicing and labelling of cooling and air-conditioning plants. Rittal has the answers to the users of refrigeration equipment questions on what to do now. Thanks to personalised advice and end-to-end Read more about Save carbon dioxide and keep to the rules with Rittal[…]

Rittal Innovation Center welcomes 10,000th visitor

In July, the Haiger-based Rittal Innovation Center welcomed its 10,000th visitor three years after its opening. The great interest visitors have shown in live presentations and training courses underscore the high demand for innovations in panel building and switchgear manufacturing. Rittal, Eplan and Cideon showcase consistent implementation of Industry 4.0 concepts located here on a Read more about Rittal Innovation Center welcomes 10,000th visitor[…]

Reducing pollutant emissions at sea

Starting in January 2020, ship exhaust gases will only be permitted to have a sulphur content of 0.5 percent. Consequently, the maritime industry is working on innovative solutions to further reduce the environmental impact of large engines. Modern measurement technology for scrubbers (for cleaning exhaust gases) or solutions for exhaust gas after-treatment are just a Read more about Reducing pollutant emissions at sea[…]

New ‘Intelligent Edge Data Center’ will drive smart industries to the next level

Global strategic partnership targets IoT environments in smart industries with high real-time data loads Joint solutions will allow easy and fast implementation of IT infrastructures with powerful edge datacenters (from single rack to turnkey-ready datacenter container) Rittal announced a new global strategic partnership with Atos and Siemens to develop intelligent edge datacenter solutions for smart Read more about New ‘Intelligent Edge Data Center’ will drive smart industries to the next level[…]

Save the date: Eplan Virtual Fair on 21 May 2019

Digitisation will be Eplan´s focus topic during the next »trade fair on the internet» – the Eplan Virtual Fair will be taking place on 21 May and covering all the world´s important time zones with sixteen hours of live operations. Presentations, live demonstrations and management discussions will all be part of the day´s multifaceted programme. Read more about Save the date: Eplan Virtual Fair on 21 May 2019[…]

All-round hygienic solutions for the meat industry

In the food industry, production plants must be designed with hygienic aspects in mind. Depending on the hygiene zone, the requirements of the splash, packaging and non-food zones vary widely. At the IFFA, the leading international trade fair for the meat industry, Rittal will be presenting system solutions for enclosure, power distribution and climate control Read more about All-round hygienic solutions for the meat industry[…]

The future of energy is digital

How can plant engineers in the energy sector automate and industrialise their value chain processes in line with Industry 4.0? What do enclosure solutions for energy storage devices, photovoltaic converters and solar tracking systems equipped for the digital future look like? What type of system technology is required to develop an all-encompassing infrastructure for e-mobility Read more about The future of energy is digital[…]

Data centre in a wind turbine unit wins award

. Rittal, SICP and WestfalenWIND IT win first prize at German Data Center Award 2019 They won the top prize in the “Ideas and research in relation to data centres” category for high-density IT rooms for colocation operation mode Sustainable solution geared towards standardisation and cost-efficient operation Constructing power-intensive data centres where electricity can be Read more about Data centre in a wind turbine unit wins award[…]

Controlling industrial robots via 5G edge

Industry 4.0 application with real-time capabilities at the Rittal booth Edge-based 5G network as a showcase for robot control Collaboration by Rittal, German Edge Cloud and Fraunhofer It is expected that, by next year, 3.1 million[1] industrial robots will be deployed in factories around the world. Connectivity, controlling and maintenance operations pose major challenges for Read more about Controlling industrial robots via 5G edge[…]

Industry 4.0 manufacturing

The new Rittal plant in Haiger embraces the principles of Industry 4.0. The company has made its largest single investment, totalling 250 million euros, to establish the world’s most advanced facility for its new compact and small enclosures. The highly automated manufacturing processes, in conjunction with the neighbouring distribution centre, enable seamless order fulfilment, guaranteeing Read more about Industry 4.0 manufacturing[…]