Rittal Racks

TS IT Pro Racks

Flexible and scalable network/server rack enclosures designed to meet the current IT needs of today and the growing trends of tomorrow.  Ships complete with a perforated single front door and split rear doors keyed alike, leveling feet, casters, roof with brushed baffle cable access channels, and vertical cable walls with dual PDU mountings.

  • Roof cable access with brush baffles:

    • Ample space for increasing cable densities through large openings in roof including brush baffle access


  • Dual cable management walls:

    • Two full length cable management walls allows for drop in installation of PDU‘s and ample space to dress cables for maximum air flow and equipment access 


  • Quick release hinges:

    • Save time and free up your workspace by quickly and easily removing doors.  Reverse and swap doors to adjust to your unique layout 


  • Easy toad just leveling feet:

    • Roll in to place with casters and access leveling feet from inside the rack to quickly and easily drop the leveling feet into place 


  • Secure Locking Hinges:

    • Four-point locking hinges for improved security 

TS IT Bayed Enclosure System

TS Enclosure is a ready to use “System” which integrates innovative enclosure, power distribution, climate control an IT infrastructure products together in a single platform. 

  • Maximum amount of internal usable volume:

    • Full usable cabinet depth with maximum accessibility to Interstitial space


  • Ease one person reconfiguration and access:

    • Door hinges can be switched without mechanical modification and the Flex-Block base/plinth system facilitates fast and easy assemble 


  • Cable Entry:

    • Maximum flexibility through for cables from all sides and base


  • Security, and Resiliency:

    • Tamper proof locking system; NEMA 12 available for severe installation environments 


  • Made in USA 

Open Compute Rack

Rittal’s OCP Racks are designed to reduce the investment and operating costs, energy consumption and environmental impact of data centers by way of innovation that follows the international OCP 3.0 standards. By optimizing the racks and infrastructure such as standard shelves, adapters and cable management along with a common DC power bus supply.  The infrastructure  simplifies the IT service and support configuration and provides a efficient and simplified power distribution, backup and power conversion capability and allow  IT to benefit from: 

  • Optimized for large scale deployments:

    • Fast deployment of resources to the data center; supports efficient upgrade cycles 


  • Efficient power distribution and use:

    • Simple physical and thermal interfaces for the data center


  • Standard Configuration Offerings:

    • Quickly identifying and servicing of failed components

  • Modular Bus Bars Utilizing Identical Open Rack

    • Supporting 12 VDC and 48 VDC at 13.2 kW – 40kW Option


  • Common Frame Meets v1.2 and 2.0 Open Racks Standards

    • Shelves to 1 OU increments. 21 to 19 inch bridging adapters


  • Large Scale Deployments

    • Benefit from more efficient power handling systems and optimized services model

HPC Racks

Rittal has combined its traditional and OCP cabinets with an innovative direct-on-chip evaporative cooling solution from Zuta Core to meet and surpass the challenges posed by server-level hot spots and high-performance-computing requirements. Using an advanced close devaporative Nucleation Evaporator technology which allows cooling of high-powered process or above 900W. Additionally,this system provides capabilities for advanced IoT monitoring and management of server performance and cooling system maintenance. The minimal additional space (RHx door or in-rack HRU). Has the benefits of: 

  • No chilled water-cooling system required to remove the high heat load:

    • The direct-on-chip system uses a non-conductive refrigerant, eliminating water inside the rack.


  • Easily deployed without modifying existing infrastructure and easy maintenance:

    • Installation of high-powered computing nodes in an existing data center facility served by a traditional room cooling technology.