Audible Alarm Sounder serves safety instrumented systems.
February 20, 2012 -
While conforming to SIL 1 and SIL 2 requirements, Model DS 10-SIL has 110 dB(A) SPL output and cast aluminum housing. It provides dependable signaling on machinery and heavy equipment in industrial environments. Self-monitoring circuitry and fault-indicating contact closures alert of failure or initiate shut down/lock out of machinery until corrective action can be achieved. Additional features include menu of 32 unique alarm tones and ability to remotely trigger up to 4 selected tones.
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68 Ward Rd.
Lancaster, NY, 14086
Pfannenberg Addresses Audible Signaling for Safety Instrumented Systems
Audible Alarm Sounder Supports SIL - Safety Integrity Level Requirements
Buffalo, NY - Pfannenberg, a worldwide leader in thermal management and signaling technology, has introduced an audible alarm sounder that is specifically designed to conform with SIL 1 and SIL 2 safety systems.
Model DS 10-SIL capitalizes on the reliable, field-proven technology of the company's workhorse model DS 10. The unit features a strong output of 110 dB(A) SPL, a robust cast aluminum housing, and a legacy for dependable signaling on machinery, heavy equipment, and in tough industrial environments. Enhancements for the SIL version include self-monitoring circuitry and fault-indicating contact closures to alert of failure or initiate shut down / lock out of machinery until corrective action can be achieved - thus eliminating the need for redundant devices. The DS 10-SIL includes full statistical data supporting conformity to SIL 1 and SIL 2 requirements. Additional features include a menu of 32 unique alarm tones and the ability to remotely trigger up to 4 selected tones. Target applications for the DS 10-SIL include machinery start-up alarms, process failure alarms, machine guard muting alarms, and evacuation alarms for toxic gas leaks and chemical spills.
"Safety engineers can now deploy audible alarms that are specifically designed for fulfilling their Safety Instrumented System requirements and achieving their target SIL ratings. With SIL-conforming signaling devices, the associated operational risks are better mitigated leading to a reduction in potential liability surrounding a mishap," says Product Manager Ray Limburg.
Pfannenberg's Lancaster, New York, location produces robust, field-tested visual and audible devices for alarm, warning, and indication. By developing and producing products which are designed to promote safety and save energy as well as other resources, Pfannenberg operates by their business philosophy - "Safety for man, machine and the environment."
Visit www.pfannenbergusa.com for further product details.
About the Pfannenberg Group
The Pfannenberg Group is an international manufacturing company based in Hamburg, Germany with branches, production sites and agents in 44 countries around the world. The Pfannenberg Group collectively manufactures industrial thermal management products, visual and audible alarm systems, and art illumination products. Some of the Pfannenberg Group's products can be found illuminating the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France and the Gallery of Contemporary Art in Hamburg, Germany.
Pfannenberg Incorporated's North American engineering and manufacturing facility is located near Buffalo, New York and specializes in engineering and production of products which provide thermal management of industrial electrical enclosures as well as signaling technology. These products include: filterfans, cooling units, heaters, air/water heat exchangers, chillers, hydrostats and thermostats as well as signal devices for alarm, warning and indication.
Dana M. Genco
68 Ward Road
Lancaster, NY 14086