It’s been awhile since we’ve shown you around our shop floor. At Ritherdon, we have the privilege of having the factory and offices on the same premises. We get to see our cabinets and feeders pillars being made and going through the factory all the time! We thought you might be interested in a roundup of
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
All Ritherdon enclosures, feeder pillars and cabinets are made from stainless steel and available in three different grades: 4003, 304 and 316 to suit different applications and locations. Grades of Stainless Steel We recommend using different grades of steel depending on where the cabinets and pillars will be installed. For inland locations, use our 4003
Following customer requests, we commissioned some loading tests for our Atlas retention sockets according to BSEN 124-2: 2015. Although they are not manhole covers or gully tops and they usually have a pole installed in them, retention sockets are often left with just their cover plate on and they should, therefore, be safe for the