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Audible and visual warning devices for fire, gas and security systems on show at Security Essen

Audible and visual warning devices for fire, gas and security systems on show at Security Essen

E2S Warning Signals, the world’s leading independent manufacturer of audible and visual warning devices, will be on Booth 1E34 in Hall 1.0 at Security Essen, 27 to 29 September 2016, showing a selection of products from its comprehensive range of sounders, loudspeakers, beacons, combined AV units, plus push button and break glass manual call points suitable for use in fire, gas and security systems. The extensive E2S product portfolio includes high output devices to suit noisy or brightly lit environments and wide area coverage, plus intrinsically safe and explosion proof units for use in hazardous areas. Whatever the application, there are E2S products which provide effective delivery of status indications and alarm warnings for fire, gas, security or disaster, to maximise life and property safety.

In addition to its general purpose and industrial fire and security devices, such as Alert-alarm.
Alert-alight and Sonora, the booth will also feature some of its latest new products such as the STEx family which complements the well-established BEx (low copper Aluminium) and GNEx (GRP) families to satisfy an increasing demand for optimum combinations of robust build and resistance to corrosion. Constructed in Stainless Steel (gr. 316L & 316), rated IP66 for ingress protection and certified (ATEX and IEC IECEx) for Zone 1, 2, 21 & 22 explosion proof signalling, the new STEx family includes alarm sounders, PA loudspeakers, Xenon strobe beacons, Rotating Halogen beacons, LED beacons and combined (beacon and sounder in single assembly) units.

Central Europe sales manager Joachim Ebert and Sirena GmbH (E2S Distributor) Managing Director Thomas Schardt will be manning the stand.

For more information, go to www.e2s.com

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