MT. PLEASANT, PA (April 29, 2011) – ITSENCLOSURES, manufacturers of high quality industrial computer enclosures and large format LCD enclosures, recently introduced a new icestation model dubbed the “TITAN.”
The icestation TITAN upholds the ITSENCLOSURES tradition of avoiding costly equipment downtime. The TITAN features a viewing window suited to accommodate today’s wide screen LCD’s, up to 24”, a large removable work surface and an integrated roll-out keyboard drawer. The TITAN is rated NEMA 12 and is intended for indoor use providing protection against dust, falling dirt and non-corrosive liquids.
“The icestation TITAN is the culmination of 26 years of industrial experience,” ITSENCLOSURES head engineer Edward Calhoun said. “The big difference between the TITAN enclosure and previous icestation models is that the TITAN was designed specifically to support wide screen LCD’s.”
“We are very pleased about the introduction of the TITAN and we want to share the enthusiasm with all of our customers,” ITS president John Spangler said. “This contest is a ‘Thank You’ to the people who have trusted ITS in protecting their computer systems over the last 26 years. We hope that these relationships will only get stronger with each new product and improvement we make.”
The TITAN is part of the icestation family of products, which protect computer systems from threats like dirt, dust, splashing fluids and other contaminants. Visit www.itsenclosures.com for more information on the TITAN and other ITSENCLOSURES products.
Located 36 miles southeast of Pittsburgh in Mt. Pleasant, Pa., ITSENCLOSURES is the expert in electronic display and computer protection equipment. ITSENCLOSURES NEMA-rated enclosures are ideal for any and all environments where dust, dirt and exposure to liquids or corrosives threaten the performance of electronic equipment. ITSENCLOSURES products allow companies to safely use any computer or monitor in the harshest operating environments. ITSENCLOSURES also offers a complete line of thermal management solutions. The company has been helping companies protect their technology investments and realize the maximum life cycle of their equipment since its founding in 1985.