OTC 2016: E2S introduces D1x and STEx warning signal families

Offshore staff

HOUSTON – E2S Warning Signals will launch three new major warning signal families at the Offshore Technology Conference from May 2-5, in Houston.

The new “D1x” range of alarm horns, PA loudspeakers and integrated alarm horn/Xenon strobe warning units employ the latest electronic technology and acoustic engineering in robust, marine grade, LM6 aluminum enclosures. Designed to create the most effective warning signals available for use in Class I/II Division 1, Zone 1 and Zone 20 environments, the UL/cULs approved alarm horns and combined units are available with traditional directional flare horns or omni-directional radial horns that generate a uniform 360° sound dispersion.

The company will also showcase the “STEx” stainless steel enclosure explosion proof warning signal range. The “STEx” family features 316L enclosures and is approved to IECEx and ATEX standards.

It will also introduce the “GNEx” GRP Xenon strobe beacons, which add visual signaling to the explosion proof and corrosion resistant GNEx family.  Suitable for all Zone 1, 2, 21, and 22 hazardous location applications the new beacons have extended temperature range with IECEx and ATEX approvals.

E2S Warning Signals is exhibiting at booth #2641.

E2S Warning Signals

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