There are a few enclosures around the UK which we keep an eye on to monitor their performance as they age. This report is a photographic summary of what we found.
A brief overview of fire safety for railway buildings. How product development can help address the new fire safety challenges.
External enclosures and feeder pillars have to protect electric and electronic equipment from a variety of environmental stresses. They need to provide a climate that keeps this equipment operational in environments that are often far from ideal and, if you’re in the north west of England, like we are, the main challenge is keeping the
We have taken the decision to close our factory today and for the foreseeable future. We have done this to protect our staff and, also, to help with the national effort in combatting the COVID-19 outbreak. Our administrative departments (sales, purchasing, technical and accounts) are continuing to work from home. So, it is still possible to communicate with us in the usual ways.
The artist Nicola Ellis (www.nicolaellis.com), based in Manchester has been working with us at Ritherdon for a couple of years now. It’s always a joy, every Thursday, when she comes in to work on her latest sculpture and experiment with what she’s planning next. As a very talented artist, Nicola’s view on what we do
EN 12767: 2007 Impact Test The Passively Safe Cabinet underwent its crash testing back in 2013/14, according to the method described in BS EN12767: 2007. The cabinet complied with the evaluation criteria in the first, low speed impact test (35 kph). This produced a THIV (Theoretical Head Impact Velocity) value of 7 kph and ASI