Visitors to the Pilz stand G16 at the Total Processing and Packaging Exhibition (NEC 4–6 June 2013) will benefit from the experience of a team of machine safety experts, on hand throughout the show to discuss functional safety-related controls, standards and training courses for process and packaging applications found in the food, beverage, tobacco, pharmaceutical and other industrial sectors.
Pilz offers harmonised and complete safety automation for primary, secondary, end-of-line packaging machinery and other related processing machines, regardless of the machine or installation size. Pilz machine safety experts also offer consultancy from initial plant or machine risk assessment through to engineering, plus training and/or in-house support.
Stand hardware highlights will include the new PNOZmulti 2 configurable safety control system, the IP67-rated Pilz Decentralised Periphery (PDP) safe distributed I/O solution for 'cabinet-free connectivity, the PSS4000 integrated standard and safety automation system, and recent developments in the Pilz range of safety interlocks, RFID-based sensors, access control devices and safety light curtains.
Details of newly developed training courses will be available, including Safety of Packaging Machinery, SIL/HAZops, ATEX and the TUV Nord approved CMSE (Certified Machinery Safety Expert) course.
Software being demonstrated will include the PNOZmulti Configurator, PAS 4000 Automation Suite, and PAScal Safety Calculator. Visitors wishing to make an appointment with a Pilz engineer to discuss safety-related controls, standards and training courses during the Total Processing and Packaging Exhibition can contact Pilz by email at .