Pfannenberg Signaling Catalog

Pfannenberg USA redesigns, updates signaling catalog

Pfannenberg, a global manufacturer of thermal management and signaling technologies, recently updated its 2019 North American Signaling Catalog, which features the complete North American focused audible and visual signals for industrial applications.

Redesigned to assist with product selection, the new catalog highlights indication, warning and alarm solutions for automotive, metal manufacturing, material handling, cold storage, water/wastewater treatment, mining, heavy industry and maritime applications. Pfannenberg’s 3D-Coverage approach gives customers a tool to evaluate product performance based on physical space to be covered, personnel limitations, like eye and ear protection, and special conditions.

The new catalog includes audible signaling devices, visual signaling devices and combined signaling devices. Pfannenberg’s DS Sounders, PATROL Sounders, PYRA Flashing Lights, and Quadro LED-HI Lights carry an industry-leading, factory-backed 10-year warranty. Also featured are PATROL and PYRA combined signaling products for enhanced safety in loud, bright or dirty conditions featuring multiple tones for multiple events.

Pfannenberg’s 3-D Coverage creates transparency for signaling product performance. To ensure personnel safety, this approach considers the space needing to be covered, the standards or codes that must be met, and the detailed performance characteristics of visual and audible signaling devices needed. Pfannenberg’s 3D Audit methodology guides customers in selecting effective signaling to capture the attention of personnel and convey critical information.

Download the catalog to obtain more information on how Pfannenberg provides protection for man, machine and the environment.

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