Industrial Workstations

May 19, 2005
A complete line of modular industrial workstations is said to maximize workspace and offer better security and ergonomics.

The Industrial Workstation features a modular undertable housing 600-mm wide, 900 or 1,000-mm high, and 600-mm deep. Work surfaces on the NEMA Type-12 units are high-density particle board laminated with heavy-duty T-molding edging. The enclosure houses PCs, laboratory equipment, and control and monitoring units, and stores production folders and tools. The units are constructed with designer or glazed doors, drawer sections for keyboard and storage, or a combination of both. The lower housing features two mounting levels to enclose printers, PC towers, and other components. The units are suited for quality-inspection stations, laboratories, process-control stations, and kiosks.

Rittal Corp.
One Rittal Place
Springfield, OH 45504
(937) 399-0500
www.rittal.com

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