Bridging the Gap between HVAC & IT Infrastructure: A Rittal First Webinar, April 15, 1-2pm

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March 31, 2021

Join in with Rittal to sharpen up your IT & Industrial infrastructure, as well as your mission critical processes. Take your Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning needs and business to the next level with some cool tips from Rittal’s experts. The key lies in adopting safe and connected technologies and processes that keep your infrastructure running smoothly and your business booming. Register now!

Industrial Climate Control Solutions

Rittal’s Blue e and Blue e+ air conditioners, fans, and other climate control solutions are ideal for keeping temperatures in your enclosures from over-heating and causing damage to precious equipment.

  •    –   Save up to 75% energy costs
  •    –   IoT connectivity for efficient monitoring
  •    –   Easy configuration
  •    –   Service warranty on products
  •    –   Free climate audits


Click here for Rittal’s Industrial Cooling Handbook

Climate Control for Data Centres

Featuring the LCP DX 20kW, a server rack cooling solution with the features that make it ideal for repurposed spaces.

  •    –   A small footprint
  •    –   Easy to maintain (tool-less fan replacement; easy access electrical connections)
  •    –   Precise climate control (set point temperature is maintained as heat loads vary)
  •    –   Ongoing monitoring (remote notification)
  •    –   Variable capacity (follow heat load variations from 5 to 20kW)


Click here for Rittal’s IT Cooling Handbook

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