Plant & Works Engineering
Easy way to machine rails
Published:  23 March, 2018

fri160306010_cutting_centre_Secarex_AC_15.jpgManufacturing switchgear can be very labour intensive, despite the advances in automation, there is still a huge amount of manual work involved in cutting and machining busbars, support rails and cable ducts. RITTAL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS says it is now offering new and improved machines and tools that will help automate or part-automate these previously time-consuming activities.

The Secarex AC 15 cutting centre is just one example of an innovation by the company, making otherwise laborious tasks, easier, quicker and more efficient. Cutting support rails and cable ducts to the right length is a task that many engineers still perform by hand. Rittal says the Secarex AC 15 cutting centre is an easy and simple-to-use alternative, controlled by a PC with a trackball.

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