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12/02/2017

E2S to showcase new product lines at OMC show

London, UK

E2S will launch new lines at the Offshore Marine Conference in Italy

Towards the end of March at the OMC show in Ravenna, Italy, E2S Warning Signals will be presenting the latest developments in their extensive range of explosion proof, hazardous location and intrinsically safe audible and visual warning devices for the onshore and offshore oil and gas industry. Amongst the new product releases will be the DNV approved and MED compliant signals for fire and general signalling use in marine applications.

For corrosive environments E2S will be showcasing their 'STEx' family of IECE and ATEX approved warning signals, call points and junction box, all featuring 316L stainless steel enclosures. Also on show are the 'GNEx' GRP enclosure warning signals, call points and junction box which are IECEx, ATEX & EAC Ex approved for Zone 1, 2, 21 and 22.

Additional audible and visual warning signals include the 'D1x' family , approved for Class I/II Division 1, Zone 1 and Zone 20 environments and the compact, high performance 'D2x' and 'E2x' signals, globally approved to UL, cULs, ATEX & IECEx standards for Division 2 and Zone 2 and 22 applications.

For 25 years (since 1992) E2S Warning Signals have specialised in the design and manufacture of high performance audible and visual signals for commercial, industrial, marine and hazardous locations. The head office and manufacturing operations are located in London, UK with extensive facilities for design, manufacture, quality assurance, testing and dispatch along with a customer service centre serving global markets. Additionally, a dedicated distribution hub and sales operation is based in Houston, Texas principally serving North and South America.

The stand is manned by Richard O’Leary, E2S Business Development Manager and Fabio D’Errico, from CONTACTA sas, representative agent for E2S in Italy.


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