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“The additional space on the gland plate is a huge advantage and the AX is also far more flexible when it comes to the interior fit-out.” Steven Lauer


30 per cent faster assembly thanks to tool-free installation of the handle system


digitalisation is continuously increasing the number of components in the enclosure and thus also the number of cables that need to be routed inside via the gland plate. He also takes a closer look at the interior wall of the compact enclosure. “There always used to be problems with the interior


fit-out, because there weren’t enough options for fitting the depth stays. That has now changed,” he notes. Being able to install the rails at a variety of heights makes the process of designing the levels more flexible. Lauer points to a grey box on one of the trolleys. There are now only three


cable harnesses left in it. “Once the box with the cables starts looking empty, I know we’re on the finishing straight,” he says. There were no errors during testing, and the enclosures for the special-purpose machinery manufacturer were even ready half a day ahead of schedule. “You’re


happy if, when you get to the end of the day, there’s no danger of failing to meet the delivery deadline and the quality is as it should be,” says a delighted Lauer.


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www.rittal.co.uk - www.eplan.co.uk www.cieonline.co.uk Components in Electronics July/August 2021 25 17/06/2021 15:31:45


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