FREE SEMINAR: Equipment & Machine Building Excellence

Rittal, in collaboration with key industry partners will be delivering a free to attend seminar hosted by PP Control & Automation.

The event will be scheduled over two dedicated sessions during the morning and afternoon of the 27th June 2018 and is to be held at PP Control & Automation’s premises in Walsall,

Developed with machine and equipment builders in mind, the informative and educational sessions have been developed to demonstrate how Machine and equipment builders can unlock their growth potential by developing best practice approaches to internal processes and engaging the workforce. As well as understanding how technological advances and techniques will benefit their business massively when used properly.

Rittal’s Karl Lycett – Product Manager for Climate Control; will be presenting with Lutze as part of the “Keeping your critical assets cool” on the topic of “Enclosure Climate design for optimal reliability”.

Together we will be highlighting how there are many considerations which need to be undertaken when designing an electrical enclosure to guarantee that high efficiency, cost reduction and optimal reliability is achieved.

In the presentation, Rittal and Lutze will overview some very important points, such as choosing the right cooling equipment for the environment, positioning of electrical componentry and the value of regular maintenance checks—and detail how (when all of these requirements are met) it can have a positive impact on your processes in the long-term.

Venue:  PP Control and Automation, Landywood Green, Cheslyn Hay, West Midlands WS6 7AL 

For full agenda and to registers please visit :

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