In a year of unique challenges, rack systems manufacturer MFB Products continues to wave the flag in support of Australian design, Australian manufacturing, and Australian jobs as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Since its foundation in 1970, MFB has become one of Australia’s leading designers of rack systems and enclosures. MFB designs and produces the most comprehensive range of 19-inch data and telecommunications rack systems and enclosures for Australian industry.
MFB supplies a mix of industry sectors spanning IT, mining, rail, energy, audio/visual, communications, data, security, finance, defence, government and commercial fields.
The company’s extensive product portfolio caters to environments of all sizes, from small SOHO S210 enclosures that vertically manage modem, switch and power clutter in a home office, to large, complex enclosures designed to manage volume servers, peripheral equipment and cabling in bigger facilities such as data centres.
Over the decades, MFB’s range has grown to include outdoor or curbside fully welded, weatherproof and third-party certified to IP66 enclosures, RF EMI/EMC shielded enclosures, SCEC-approved certified Security Class B and C enclosures, noise control enclosures, outdoor shelters for remote environments, and even cold aisle centres for greater energy efficiencies in data centres.
The entire catalogue is supported by a comprehensive range of accessories that includes shelving, drawer units, cable management, power management systems, thermal management, and lighting.
With its own design centre powered by Autodesk Inventor, MFB also offers bespoke enclosures that suit specific applications. This in-house approach allows MFB to liaise and develop closely with clients throughout the design, prototyping, and production stages.
Logistics are entirely managed by MFB. Wherever your products have to be delivered, MFB is set up to manage bulk distribution and can warehouse as required.
After 50 years of serving local enclosure and racking needs, MFB is committed to manufacturing in Australia.
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