Pilz safety designs are developed based on your requirements. They consider potential hazards at an early stage. We make sure that the implementation has minimal impact on the costs and productivity of your plant and machinery.
Safety design for machinery safety
The third step to machinery safety: Safety design
Safety designs in the machine lifecycle
When building from new, retrofitting or converting machinery in particular, subsequent costs are a regular feature, as are poor machine availability or even plant failures. You can actively counter these with a detailed safety design. Reduce and eliminate identified hazards. Alongside a detailed assessment of the necessary protective measures, any foreseeable human errors should also be considered.
Detailed allocation of safety measures
As a global solution supplier, we create tailor-made safety designs for international companies. These meet the requirements and are valid worldwide. Based on our long-standing experience with design techniques, standards and safety technologies, we implement a structured design process for you.
The Pilz safety design (for plant and machinery) includes the following phases:
- Specification of safety requirements
- Detailed allocation of safety measures to defined hazards
- Component selection
- Consideration of design checks and validations
- Best practice project management for engineering in compliance with IEC 61508
Your benefits at a glance
Our structured methodology means that not only do you save time and money in implementing tailor-made concepts, but you also make sure your machinery conforms to the directives:
- You work in compliance with the relevant provisions, including the Machinery Directive and international standards
- Support from our safety experts eases the strain on your resources