• 14/11/2014
    E2S will have a stand presence at the largest oil & gas trade show in South East Asia. 

    We welcome you to the UK pavilion (Hall A, stand 1H4-07) to find out more about our new range of SIL 2 certified products and our extensive range of life saving visual and audible signals for hazardous locations, marine on and offshore infrastructure, plus wide area signals and fire and industrial applications.


    If you wish to arrange a meeting in advance please contact us on                                  +44 (0)20 0743 8880 or send us an email.

    See the complete list of upcoming events here.
  • 07/11/2014

    Safety Integrity Level, SIL, is a measure of safety system performance expressed in terms of probability of failure on demand (PFD). In the oil and gas industry, particularly in the fire and gas detection systems where safety integrity is critical, SIL 2 is becoming a common standard across systems. To meet the growing demand in the oil & gas industry, E2S Warning Signals, the leading independent audible and visible warning device manufacturer, has recently added additional fault monitoring to give SIL 2 compatibility to its products.

    Initially available for its BEx explosion proof 117 dB(A) horns and 5, 10 and 15 Joule strobes, its explosion proof GNEx GRP family will be the next one to be upgraded. In large petro-chemical installations, the safety-critical warning devices are installed over large distances, so central monitoring is a key requirement. While fire and gas detection systems continually monitor the integrity of the cabling, the warning devices themselves are not checked. The new SIL 2 technology in the E2S horns means that the functionality can be remotely checked and an alert sent to the control panel in case of any fault.

    A smart combination of software and hardware removes the need for time-consuming inspection and test of each individual warning device by intelligently reading the sound output of the horn or the light emitted by the strobe to check it is working properly. State-of-the-art technology ensures that spurious signals are not picked up by the sensors to ensure a reliable monitoring at all times. To comply with SIL 2 requirements, this is only done during an automatic test of the system and any faults are reported back when the system returns to its normal monitoring state.  Communication with the system control panel can be configured in two ways: either a contact is closed or a series resistor is brought into the monitoring circuit in the event of a fault. A dedicated SIL 2 information page can be found at http://www.e2s.com/information/sil2-certified-audible-and-visual-warning-signals.

    The web site www.e2s.com has full product information, distributor contact details and a useful reference section, with technical bulletins and white papers on various aspects of warning signalling, freely available as a resource for specifiers, system designers and consultants.

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  • 3/11/2014

    Join us at ADIPEC and visit our stand 8135C in Hall 8 (the UK pavilion) to find out more about our new range of SIL 2 certified products and our extensive range of life saving signalling products for hazardous locations, marine on and offshore infrastructure, plus wide area signals and fire and industrial products.


    If you wish to arrange a meeting in advance please contact us on +44 (0)20 0743 8880 or send us an email.

    See the complete list of upcoming events here.
  • [6th October 2014]

    We will be having a stand presence at Offshore Europe 2014, Amsterdam 28 and 29 October.



    Come and meet with us at stand 11.061 to find out more about our latest products and our extensive range of signaling products for hazardous locations, marine on and offshore infrastructure, wide area signaling and fire and industrial products.

    To arrange a meeting in advance please contact us on +44 (0)20 0743 8880 or send us and email: sales@e2s.com 

  • 30th August 2014
    Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) is now closed.

    We would like to thank all those who came visit our stand in Stavanger. 
  • 4th June 2014