Pilz Automation Safety L.P.
- MI, United States
- Tel: (734) 354-0272
- Fax: (734) 354-3355
- Member Since 1998
- Robotic Supplier
Pilz offers a wide range of solutions for your automation. From sensor technology to control and drive technology – with safety and automation included! Not to mention modern operator and visualization systems that you can rely on.
A variety of automation solutions for small, simple machines through to large, networked plant and machinery provide maximum flexibility. Whether you want to standardize your safety, implement safety and automation in the periphery or are looking for the solution for complete automation.
Pilz develops environmentally-friendly products using ecological materials and energy-saving technologies. Our offices and production facilities are ecologically designed, environmentally-aware and energy-saving.
As a solution supplier, Pilz services encompass the entire machine lifecycle, including risk assessment, safety concept, safety design, and more. CMSE – Certified Machinery Safety Expert, taught by Pilz, is the international qualification for machine safety.
Hackensches Quartier, in Berlin, Germany, opted for the Pilz automation system PSS 4000 to monitor their fire protection system. The building complex spans 44,000 square meters with the industry-proven PSS 4000 monitoring the fire protection system, ensuring that smoke extraction concepts that are triggered will work reliably, thus providing safety
Overall motion management Packaging machines in the pharmaceutical sector are demanding: they have to be reliable, modular and versatile, but most of all they have to be flexible and efficient. The requirements of the corresponding drive
Safe interaction between man and machine Faster, more flexible, safer – with this objective in mind, the level of automation on plant and machinery
(CANTON, MI) - No other Australian safety system faces the intense scrutiny as that focused on the country's nuclear reactor and, arguably, no Australian workplace takes safety more seriously. So, when some of the world's most brilliant scientists use a new Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization (ANSTO) experimental facility,