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EN 12767: 2019 Performance Class for the Passively Safe Cabinet

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

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Ritherdon - AFB20 Meeting - Ben Ritherdon
Passively Safe Road Products

Presenting at the AFP20 Group in Brussels

Ritherdon and Co Ltd were invited to give a presentation on the development of our passively safe cabinet to the AFB20 (2) Roadside Safety Group Committee meeting in September.  The meeting was hosted by the European Union Road Federation, in conjunction with the Transportation Research Board and the International Road Federation. Ben Ritherdon, our Managing

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Hinged Controller Cabinet - Cable Management
Passively Safe Road Products

Exhibiting at JCT Symposium

Ritherdon will be exhibiting at JCT Symposium at the University of Warwick, Coventry this September. Find us at Stand E2, where we will be displaying our Atlas Retention Socket and our newest product, the Hinged Controller Base (HCB). The Atlas Retention Socket is a secure foundation mechanism that makes it easy to remove poles, columns

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Ben Ritherdon at NW university Fair
Electrical Enclosures

Talking Product Development at SciTech Daresbury

Our MD, Ben Ritherdon was invited to speak at the NW University Fair last Thursday (23rd March) about the work we’ve done with Manchester University in recent years. Building a collaborative relationship Paul Treloar from Sci-Tech Daresbury asked Ben how Ritherdon & Co Ltd had first got in touch with Manchester.  We first got to know Manchester through the University’s Knowledge Exchange

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Ritherdon - Bulb UV Exposure
Passive Fire Protection

Innovation at Ritherdon

Our goal is to be innovative and to do so we aim to develop new products throughout the year. This is the case of the Temporary Builders Supply Kiosk. Its purpose is to provide a place for the equipment for a temporary electrical connection to be kept safe, secure and protected from the external environment.

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Passive Fire Protection

Ritherdon working in conjunction with The University of Manchester

Ritherdon is constantly striving and looking for innovative ways to improve and create products that are required by the industry.  With the assistance of The University of Manchester and Professor Yong Wang from the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering, the Passively Safe Cabinet was created. Through this Ritherdon have been awarded an Innovate UK

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