The magazine of Friedhelm Loh Group

The magazine of Friedhelm Loh Group

Experience – Transportation technology Charging station for Cologne public transport authority

Full in 60 minutes

Charging infrastructure is one of the major stumbling blocks as we switch to electric mobility. That doesn’t just apply to Teslas, Renault Zoes, VW ID.3s and others like them. If city buses are to be switched to e-mobility, they need powerful charging stations, too. At its northern depot, Cologne Public Transport Authority (Kölner Verkehrs-Betriebe/KVB) is showing just what these charging stations could look like. The Rittal VX25 enclosure system is there, too.

Experience – Energy TESVOLT battery storage systems

Not tied to the power grid

A growing number of shipping companies are becoming independent from the power grid, and with good reason – electricity prices are continuing to rise, while power cuts are very costly. Besides being a logical and climate-friendly solution, generating and storing their own power is also a cost-effective option. In terms of technical requirements, however, this calls for high-performance battery storage systems such as the ones offered by TESVOLT using Rittal enclosure technology.

Experience – Engineering H2 Core Systems

Hydrogen is go!

Green hydrogen is set to drive forward the energy revolution. But how can this environmentally friendly energy source best be used in industry? There are various options, one of which comes from H2 Core Systems. The company’s modular technology solution – which is safely housed in enclosures from Rittal, is in global demand.

Innovation – Rittal IT and OT monitoring in data centres

New depth of focus in monitoring

A data centre must be reliable. It needs to remain effective, available and safe around the clock, while also being energy-efficient. A good overview of the entire IT and OT infrastructure’s status is therefore a must. This is now possible thanks to Rittal and Paessler, who are combining their solutions for IT and OT monitoring.

Experience – Energy Rittal cooling units

Cool when the heat is on

Soltau is something of a hotspot. When the ovens at Harry-Brot reach over 200 degrees Celsius, the bread rolls and loaves aren’t alone in feeling the heat. The company’s staff and equipment also work up a sweat. Despite a room air temperature of 45 degrees, everything needs to run like clockwork – excellent test conditions for the new Blue e+ cooling units from Rittal.

Salzgitter and Stahlo

Revolutionising steel industry

Stahlo SteelGate

Carbon tracking for green steel

Experience Scheer PAS and German Edge Cloud

Where the future lies

Experience Digital transformation at Lenze

Digitally map variant diversity in seconds

Cideon UpSpace

Reference visit? Virtually!

Experience – Information technology German Edge Cloud

GEC wins contract for schools video platform

Although remote teaching is commonplace at schools in Hesse, there has been no standardised and secure software solution – until now. German Edge Cloud (GEC) is changing all that. The Hessian Ministry of Higher Education, Research, Science and the Arts has commissioned the cloud experts from Eschborn to embed the BigBlueButton video platform into the federal state’s digital schools portal.

Innovation – Rittal METALWORKING

The Perforex MT milling terminal makes it possible.


LKH Kunststoffwerk

Get going

Stahlo Stahlservice

The steel sector is going smart

Rittal Service – replacing cooling units

One nice surprise after another

Rittal Energy & Power Solutions

Systematically shaping the energy revolution