Press Release Summary:
Featuring welded framework, Model TS 8 is equipped with stable transport casters, which allow mobility, even when rack has been configured. Both front door and vertically divided rear door are perforated over large area, permitting airflow. Doors' comfort handles are fitted with security locking system, and leveling feet can be adjusted from inside. Equipped with pullout stabilizers, bayable unit is available in classic gray and jet black.
Original Press Release:
Strong Rack for Maximum Configuration
Rittal presents the TS 8 heavy-duty server rack
Rittal's new TS 8 heavy-duty server rack has a load capacity of up to 1,300 kg. Sturdy transport castors provide mobility, even when the unit is populated.
Herborn, 13 November 2008 - Rittal´s new TS 8 heavy-duty server rack has a load capacity of up to 1300 kg and can be extended by the addition of more, heavier IT systems such as blade centres. As a result, the cost of procurement and the operating costs per rack in the data centre can be reduced. The heavy-duty rack is also equipped with stable transport castors, which allow mobility, even when the rack has been configured.
"The Heavy-Duty Rack is used in data centres to accommodate heavier IT systems and blade servers and so meets the higher demands for greater computing power in the same space", stresses Dieter Henze, Rittal's Director of IT Product Management.
It consists of a welded, strengthened framework based on the tried-and-tested TS 8 system. Both the designer front door and the vertically divided rear door are perforated over a large area, so permitting an ideal airflow. Cables can be more easily inserted, thanks to the rear door, which is shortened on one side. The doors' comfort handles are fitted with a security locking system, and the levelling feet can be adjusted from inside. Pullout stabilisers ensure stability and horizontally divided side panels assure greater comfort during assembly and maintenance.
The TS 8 Heavy-Duty Server Rack is also bayable and available in classic grey (RAL 7035) and jet black (RAL 9005).
Since its foundation in the year 1961, Rittal GmbH & Co. KG, based in Herborn/Germany, has become a global player. Today, Rittal is one of the world's leading system suppliers for enclosure and housing technology, with over 10,000 standard products available for immediate delivery, and a sought-after solution provider in all areas of industry and mechanical engineering, as well as a trendsetter for all segments of the IT/telecoms market. Rittal stands for future-oriented and comprehensive solutions, service and consulting competence.
The Rittal product spectrum covers the fields of industrial enclosures, electronic packaging, system climate control, power distribution, IT solutions and communication systems.
Rittal can also offer, through its subsidiary companies Lampertz and Litcos under the designation of "Rittal - Complete IT Competence", an integral spectrum of solutions for efficient, safe and ecological data centres.
Leading software suppliers Eplan and Mind8, also Rittal subsidiary companies, supplement the Rittal product ranges with their interdisciplinary engineering solutions for the industry.
In order to serve the world's market places optimally, 19 high-tech production locations supply 60 subsidiaries, 150 sales and logistics centres and more than 70 agencies around the globe. In Germany, 22 Rittal sales and logistics centres covering the whole country are catering for the customers' every need. With over 11,100 employees world-wide, Rittal International is the largest company of the Friedhelm Loh Group, based in Haiger, Germany. The group's workforce totals more than 12,200.