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, Sep 10, 2014

The safety gate system PSENsgate from the automation company Pilz now has even more system types to offer.

ostfildern, Aug 5, 2014

Safety gate system PSENsgate includes new system types

The safety gate system PSENsgate from Pilz now offers even greater flexibility thanks to selectable operator elements: A wide range of system types are now available with optional, integratable control and actuating elements such as pushbuttons, key switches, illuminated pushbuttons, section stop, emergency stop or escape release to choose from. PSENsgate combines safety gate monitoring with safe guard locking for personnel and plant protection in just one safety gate system. The safety gate system can be used up to the highest category PL e.

Users in the railway sector can reduce their investment and operating costs with the automation system PSS 4000 from Pilz. Thanks to certification, the -R modules help to reduce the work involved in gaining approval. The -R modules can be used in various applications within the railway industry with different safety integrity levels.

Ostfildern, Jul 29, 2014

Automation specialist Pilz at Innotrans 2014 in Berlin (23 – 26.09.2014) – Industrial control technology on railways

Pilz will be exhibiting safe control technology for railways at Innotrans 2014 in Berlin. The complete automation supplier will be focusing on the R-modules from the automation system PSS 4000. These can be used to resolve control tasks on the track, on the train and on rail-related applications.

As a complete automation supplier, Pilz offers solutions for monitoring all relevant safety functions on wind turbines, including a comprehensive range of services.

Ostfildern, Jul 24, 2014

Pilz at WindEnergy Hamburg 2014 (23.- 26.09.2014) – Safe, efficient automation of wind turbines

Products and solutions for the safe automation of wind turbines are the focus of Pilz's exhibition stand at WindEnergy Hamburg 2014. The complete safe automation supplier will be showing scalable, safe solutions for both new and existing wind turbines. Pilz will also be providing information on its range of services en route to CE marking.

The Mobile Safety Inspector PASmsi paves the way to safe machinery: The Pilz app provides support with the risk assessment and on-site documentation.

Ostfildern, Jul 16, 2014

Mobile Safety Inspector PASmsi – Safe machinery via app

The free PASmsi app from Pilz supports users of smartphones and other mobile end devices with risk assessments. Various calculations can be made in four clear categories, including risk estimation, determining the achievable performance level or checking a machine for significant changes. The data can be saved or exported to projects for later use.

The components of the automation system PSS 4000 from Pilz are now approved as safety components for lift applications by TÜV Austria. As a result, lifts and lifting equipment can now be safeguarded safely and efficiently.

Ostfildern, Jun 12, 2014

Automation system PSS 4000 safeguards lift applications

The components of the automation system PSS 4000 are now approved as safety components for lift applications by TÜV Austria. Lift operators and manufacturers can implement the strict safety regulations and specific requirements that are applicable for these applications using the PSS 4000, in a way that's technically independent, flexible and easy to implement.

Safe man-robot collaboration: Pilz supports users with a services portfolio that is tailored to the individual life phases of a robot system.

Ostfildern, May 15, 2014

Pilz at Automatica 2014 (Hall A4, Stand 441) – At the service of robot safety

At the 2014 Automatica exhibition, the complete safe automation supplier, Pilz, will be showing services, products and systems for safe robot applications. In addition to the solutions already available, Pilz will be working with the Fraunhofer IFF to show how tactile sensors will soon be used to guarantee the safety of operators.

Pilz is building the Peter Pilz Production and Logistics Centre at its headquarters in Ostfildern. The official ground-breaking ceremony marks the start of building work.

Ostfildern, Apr 28, 2014

Automation supplier increases its turnover again in 2013 and invests in head office – Pilz sets a course for growth

The Pilz GmbH & Co. KG group of companies based in Ostfildern near Stuttgart has again ended the financial year 2013 with an increase in turnover: turnover increased by 3 percent to 233 million Euro. As a result the complete safe automation supplier is again above the industry average. With currently 1,800 staff, Pilz was also able to record growth of over seven per cent in this area. In the past year the company has also expanded its global presence by opening three new subsidiaries. The ground-breaking ceremony for the new Peter Pilz Production and Logistics Centre marks the expansion of the company's headquarters for the Pilz Campus.