A new booklet serving as a guide to the Edwards (now part of GE Security) signaling product line is available for free to buyers, specifiers and users inside the security/safety industry.
PLAINVILLE, Conn. â€“ A new selection guide from GE Security makes it easy for customers to choose the best signal for working safely in hazardous and adverse locations.
The new 75-page, 4-color brochure ('Crystal Clear Communications for Hazardous and Adverse Locations') describes a full line of signaling solutions for industrial applications including warning beacons and strobes, horns and sirens, buzzers and multiple-tone generators, heat and smoke detectors and steam whistles. Each product is illustrated individually with a large color image, accompanied by useful technical information and a complete list of approvals.
Besides thorough product information, the GE Security guide provides a comprehensive glossary of hazardous location definitions and terms, as well as a helpful section on the 'principles of sound' â€“ all to assist the customer in making the right product choice for their specific application.
Free copies of the guide can be obtained via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax: (203) 699-3108.