By Anthony Capkun
August 29, 2017 – Rittal Systems Ltd.—a manufacturer of enclosures for a variety of applications—says it has “stepped up” the capabilities of its Mississauga Modifications Centre with the integration of its Perforex machine, part of the Rittal Automation System Plan.
“With the integration of the Perforex into our Modifications Centre, we are pleased to offer our customers enhanced productivity by automating and streamlining manual modification and wiring processes,” said Tim Rourke, president.
Rittal says the Perforex machine can call upon up to 20 tools in its magazine for drilling, tapping, milling and circular thread milling, enabling 10 hours of panel production work to be completed in 90 minutes.
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“The Perforex machine offers faster throughput, higher efficiency, greater precision, less waste and lower costs to our customers,” added Austin Brennan, president, House of Electrical Supplies Ltd., which becomes a Rittal Certified Modification Centre this fall.