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Rittal offering climate consultations and audits for manufacturing floors

Manufacturers can request a complimentary consultation or audit and get rewarded with priority stocks on Rittal’s enclosure cooling & monitoring solutions for industry and IT.

February 7, 2022   by CM Staff

Rittal offering climate control audits

MISSISSAUGA — The manufacturing world is facing increased challenges like labor shortages, material costs, transportation delays and low stocks, due to the current crisis. To add to that, is the emphasis on raising energy efficiency and lowering the carbon footprint, centering on climate solutions that simplify complex cooling needs through automation and connectivity. Rittal has decided to try and address these challenges by providing year-round complimentary consultations and audits, to find optimal enclosure climate control solutions that may lower energy costs.

Manufacturers can request a complimentary consultation or audit and get rewarded with priority stocks on Rittal’s enclosure cooling & monitoring solutions for industry and IT.

Often times on a manufacturing plant floor, it’s difficult to fully realize just how much energy is consumed and greenhouse emissions emitted every day for companies operating multiple facilities on a nationwide scale. Rittal employees will evaluate the state of the operating environment, document the status of the climate control devices, and provide suggestions for technologically advanced climate control systems that provide smarter, more precise outputs to direct the right level of cooling for the right enclosures.

Manufacturers who complete a climate control consultation will also be able to receive priority stock to Rittal’s products after completing a survey.

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Engineered to overcome specific industry hurdles, prolong the lifespan of enclosures and electronics alike, and provide targeted and precise cooling outputs, Rittal’s energy-efficient climate control systems reportedly help companies reduce their carbon footprint and operate more effectively and efficiently.


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