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COMPANY PROFILE

Pilz Automation Safety L.P.

  • MI, United States
  • Tel: (734) 354-0272
  • Fax: (734) 354-3355
  • www.pilz.us
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  • Member Since 1998
  • Robotic Supplier

Pilz manufactures and offers a complete line of safe automation solutions and control products. The line includes safety relays (modules and configurable relays) for automation applications, safety and general-purpose programmable logic controllers, motion control systems, lockout/tagout systems utilizing safety controls, monitoring relays, rugged touch screen HMIs, emergency stop pushbuttons, safety sensors (multidirectional, magnetic, RFID, coded/ uniquely-coded versions, 500 and 1000N magnetic locking), two-hand enabling devices, electromechanical safety switches (with and without guard locking, light curtains, safety beams, electronic mode controllers, and muting lamps. Certified engineers and qualified consultants are available to solve your safety needs by designing systems, managing projects, performing/facilitating risk assessments, performing machine/plant reviews including services for mergers & acquisitions, installing equipment, and training personnel.

Industry Insights

Examining Robot Safety Standards

POSTED: 07/07/2008

ANSI R15.06-1999 is the accepted American National Standards Institute standard covering safety requirements for industrial robots and robot systems. Speaking of safety, it’s safe to say that many end users or systems integrators simply assume that any new robots or systems automatically

Make Existing Cells Leaner and Safer

POSTED: 03/14/2006

With numerous multi-robot cells in use, a company wanted to increase existing robotic cell efficiency, making their systems more 'lean,' but with no compromise in safety. The company would only proceed if the new setup improved overall production uptime, was cost justifiable, and reduced the number of steps for troubleshooting.  The

Software and Firmware Based Safety Controllers

POSTED: 10/15/2004

(as presented at the Robots 2004 Conference, June 9 and 10, 2004) Many manufacturing companies are looking for ways to implement safety while maintaining if not even increasing production.  They desire a more robust system that meets the needs of control reliability, but with the


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