Rittal Presents Cool Service Packages, Free Climate Audits and Extended Warranties to Complement Summer Cooling Promo

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July 22, 2021

Rittal’s annual Summer Cooling Promo on air conditioners, fans, IoT and monitoring equipment for both industrial and IT fields, runs up to Aug 31, 2021.

Rittal also offers cool Service Packages for industrial and IT cooling units, to minimise downtimes and boost efficiency. With Rittal Service , customers can benefit from rapid availability around the globe. From just a little advice for an application, to repairing or replacing a vital enclosure climate control component, Rittal service guarantees all the benefits of lifecycle management for long-term security.

Calculate service budget for the years ahead

With Rittal service contracts, one can adapt the scope of services to specific needs, based on fixed and transparent terms and conditions. This gives a company a high level of fail-safe performance while also enabling cost-planning ahead, thanks to customisable Rittal service contracts – there is a choice between Basic, Comfort, Advanced or Full-Service Packages. Visit www.rittal.ca/service to learn more about Rittal’s Service offerings and to download the Service Brochure.

Warranty extensions maximize profitability

Regular preventive maintenance contributes to longer product service life and thus further increases the profitability of Rittal products. Register with Rittal today for up 6 months extended warranty on certain climate solutions:

Rittal Spare Parts protect, maintain efficiency & warranty

The Rittal Parts section offers easy look-up of product diagrams, part numbers and interactive search to find the specific part needed to keep equipment running efficiently. Customers can rely on reduced down-time and increased peace of mind from easy availability of individual parts.

Rittal has created a program to promote energy consumption audits in production facilities and data centers. Those interested will receive a free Industrial Climate Control Inspection conducted by their local Rittal representative.

Rittal’s Climate Inspection program is designed to provide valuable insight into where a facility is exposed to thermal risk, and to identify places where new energy-efficient air conditioner technology can reduce consumption costs.

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