It's just a box right? Not all enclosures are created equal. In this webinar, Steve Sullivan, Rittal's training supervisor with more than 20 years of experience, will guide you through several key considerations in choosing an enclosure.
Often when designers and systems integrators think of an enclosure, it's simply as the last item on a list. Regardless of your application or environment, you can - with some initial consideration - optimize your enclosure design by utilizing the latest manufacturing technologies to protect your equipment, save space and reduce system costs.
But what separates a commodity enclosure from a value-added one? The answer is found in the ability to reduce typical use costs and total cost of ownership.
· Materials: carbon or stainless steel?
· Protection: which NEMA/UL rating is right?
· Security: door locks or remote monitoring?
· Safety: up-to-code designs?
· Power: round conductor or busbar?
· Cooling: filter fans or A/C?
By considering protection, efficiency and scalability at the outset, you can help ensure that your designs are not only functional but exceptional. Finding the right enclosure to ensure equipment uptime is achievable if you have selected the right design for your application and environment.
Learn how in this informative webinar.
- Learn how making the right choice in key areas can help you to reduce typical enclosure use costs and total cost of ownership
- Understand the importance of materials selection on enclosure design
- Learn how to select an enclosure based on protection options, like locking or NEMA rating
Steve Sullivan is the training supervisor at Rittal North America LLC, where he oversees instructor-led, computer and web-based learning and development. In over 20 years with Rittal, Steve has also worked in production control, managed tradeshows and exhibits and conducted sales training for both industrial and IT products in the Americas and abroad. Steve co-founded Rittal University Online and is the North American point-of-contact for Rittal's Global Trainer Network. Steve has a B.S. in psychology from Wright State University, and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.