Your Business Depends on the Right Enclosure. Our Guide Can Help You Choose Better.

Rittal – The System - Large Enclosure Selector Guide

Contributed by | Rittal North America

SE 8 or TS 8? Choosing the right enclosure means understanding a wide variety of issues from material selection to safety and security.

Rittal designs and manufactures the industry’s most durable and innovative enclosures for companies around the world.  Our enclosures are ready to scale when it's time to grow your business.  And a wide selection of configurations and accessories mean that your enclosure can be customized to your exact specifications. The Large Enclosure Selector Guide will walk you through the advantages of choosing Rittal and help you select the right enclosure for your business.

  • Learn about NEMA and UL ratings to ensure the right level of protection for your equipment.
  • Discover how safety features like flange mount disconnect protect your employees from the dangers of arc flash events.
  • Learn which enclosure, material and accessories are best suited to the needs of your business.
 
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