Enclosure design costs less/does more

Springfield, O.— Rittal's new TS8 enclosure system is said to cost 20% less, is 30% stronger, and 15% lighter than its PS 4000 family of modular enclosures. TS8 standard enclosures have designed-in EMI protection, full enclosure bonding without cables and straps, meet Zone 3 seismic requirements, and incorporate a symmetrical design that allows enclosures to be placed side-by-side, front...

By Staff May 1, 2000

Springfield, O.— Rittal’s new TS8 enclosure system is said to cost 20% less, is 30% stronger, and 15% lighter than its PS 4000 family of modular enclosures. TS8 standard enclosures have designed-in EMI protection, full enclosure bonding without cables and straps, meet Zone 3 seismic requirements, and incorporate a symmetrical design that allows enclosures to be placed side-by-side, front-to-back, in a corner, or any other configuration. Where “all around” access is required, TS8 enclosures can accommodate four doors, or hinged sidewalls. The unique patented TS8 design even allows sidewalls to become heat exchangers. www.rittal.com Rittal Corp.