Drinktec, the world’s leading trade fair for the beverage and liquid food industry, has been held in Munich since 1951, and every four years since 1985. It is the world economic summit of the industry – the place to be.
Stainless steel panel PC “CS-Line” for highest hygienic requirements
CRE Rösler Electronic GmbH, a leading supplier of industrial solutions for automation and control technology, was represented at Drinktec 2017 in Munich for the first time.
With its comprehensive portfolio of high-quality industrial panel PCs and monitors, the company was looking to impress the visitors of this year’s food and beverage industry trade show.
Designed specifically for use in the hygiene, food and chemicals sectors, the company has developed a stainless steel panel PC capable of meeting the most demanding requirements on functionality and design.
Depending on needs and requirements, the stainless steel PCs, recipients of the 2015 German Design Award, are supplied as monitors, panel PCs or units for mounting.
Stainless steel panel PCs from the “CS Line” range are available with 15-, 19- and 21.5-inch displays, and are supplied as standard with Intel Atom quad-core E3845 CPUs and the Windows 7 operating system. All products from CRE Rösler Electronic are also designed to ensure long-term availability of parts and 24-hour operation. Products are manufactured in-house at CRE Rösler and offer companies many years of planning security.
Depending on the version, the panel PCs are designed for the highest protection classes IP65 or IP69K and can therefore be used in areas with extremely high hygiene requirements, such as in the food industry. The panel PC version with protection class IP65 features all-around protection against the ingress of dust and spray water from any angle, and the protection class IP69K model can even withstand cleaning with high-pressure or steam jet cleaning equipment. Due to the fact that the devices are resistant to disinfectants, acids and lye, they support 100% manufacturing conditions, even if water, greases or emulsions come into contact with the surface – and at temperatures up to -20°C.