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Thermal Management

ABB Limited

ABB Limited

Your site’s Power Factor (PF) is the relationship between the active and reactive power on the network. It measures how effectively you use the electricity you buy. A poor PF – lower than 0.9 - means you are effectively burning money.

 

Stego

Stego

STEGO has decades of experience in Thermal Management for outdoor and indoor enclosures. Our product range offers user-friendly solutions for even the most demanding applications and helps to improve the reliability and longevity of electronic equipment or systems.

Rittal ltd

Rittal ltd

Rittal - The System: Faster - Better - everywhere

Rittal leads the world in providing solutions for industrial enclosures, power distribution, enclosure climate control and IT infrastructure, as well as software and services. Systems made by Rittal are deployed across a variety of industrial and IT applications, including vertical sectors such as the transport industry, power generation, mechanical and plant engineering, IT and telecommunications.

Pentair Technical Solutions

Pentair Technical Solutions

Pentair Technical Solutions is a global leader of systems and solutions that safeguard industrial controls, electrical components, communications hardware, electronic devices, and electrical heat management systems. 

Panduit

Panduit

Panduit is a world leader that engineers flexible, end-to-end electrical and network and data centre connectivity physical infrastructure solutions that help business stay connected in a global world. Our high-performance products improve productivity and offer a lower total cost of ownership that create a competitive business advantage.

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