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Corrosion-resistant warning signals with two horn options

By Chemical Engineering |

E2S Warning Signals

E2S Warning Signals

The new STEx range of stainless-steel explosion-proof warning signals (photo) feature a corrosion-proof 316L steel enclosure suitable for extremely aggressive environments. The signals feature seven lens colors with a UV-stable polycarbonate, field-replaceable filter. The alarm sounds with either traditional flared horns or an omnidirectional compact radial horn. Threaded flame paths enable quick installation and simplify maintenance inspection while the internal arrangement maximizes wiring space. — E2S Warning Signals LLC, Houston

www.e2swarningsignals.com

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