Rittal introduces service program for its climate control systems

Rittal Pty Ltd

Tuesday, 01 March, 2016

Rittal has introduced the Rittal Service program for its climate control systems, designed to offer end users the ability to ensure high levels of uptime for their critical manufacturing processes, increase equipment service life and reduce operating costs.

As a system supplier, Rittal is a leading provider of energy-efficient and environmentally friendly enclosure climate control solutions that provide cool and stable environments for the sensitive electrical and electronic process controls systems found in today’s modern manufacturing plants.

Rittal’s service program complements its product offerings with a range of maintenance and response services performed by a national network of trained and accredited refrigeration technicians. The service program covers New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria and Queensland.

“Regular preventive maintenance contributes to a longer product service life and thus further increases the return on investment of your Rittal climate control systems,” said Michael Mallia, managing director, Rittal ANZ. “Rittal Service is as flexible and individual as your requirements. We offer tailored service agreements which guarantee you all the benefits of lifecycle management in the long term.”

Customers who opt for an Advanced or Full service contract will be rewarded with a warranty extension for up to 5 years, while warranty extensions are optional on Basic, Comfort and Customised contracts. Customers can also utilise Rittal’s service team to provide professional installation, commissioning or repair work on its products and systems.

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