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SUPPLEMENT ENCLOSURE & PANEL BUILDING SOLUTIONS RITTAL SUPPLIES BESPOKE PANELS FOR CRITICAL CONTROLS


Needing specially designed panels to


protect critical equipment that controlled a remote pumping station and


dam, in an area at risk of flooding, the East


Midlands Instrumentation Company (EMI) turned to Rittal for a solution


All three panels had to withstand


internal fires and each compartment was fitted with a special fire resistant lining to stop fire spreading from one to another, and a smoke/fire rated venting system. In addition, special filters were


T


he East Midlands Instrumentation Company (EMI), an electrical,


instrumentation and control installation contractor for the power generation, power transmission, rail and industrial markets based in Gainsborough, had a complex specification from a client. The client needed specially designed


panels to protect critical equipment that controlled a remote pumping station and dam. A complex control and distribution system with Rittal’s Ri4Power system allowed segregation of the busbars from


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the controls. This meant three panels were needed for power and motor control, automation and control, and monitoring/communications. The monitoring equipment needed to


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be installed within an area at risk of flooding, so it was decided to place the panel on a metre-tall frame to reduce the chances of the equipment being damaged by floodwater inundation. To overcome this, Rittal’s engineers designed a custom-sized Ri4Power panel to sit comfortably on the frame.


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Rittal’s engineers designed a custom-sized Ri4Power panel to sit on a metre-tall frame to reduce the chance of damage due to floodwater


installed for ventilation, which included a gel that expanded if heat was detected and closed any air gaps. The power and motor control panel


was specially designed in an L-shape to fit neatly within its allocated space. The Rittal team also developed a


busbar that was designed to accept a mains supply, but which could also accept a temporary generator supply, if needed, for essential loads.


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