GE Fanuc's SafetyNet approved by Lloyds Register Group
Lloyds Register is one of the leading certification authorities for marine equipment. The Environmental Categories that PACSystems SafetyNet is approved for (ENV1, ENV2, and ENV3) cover controlled environments; enclosed spaces subject to temperature, humidity and vibration; and enclosed spaces subject to generated heat from other equipment.
GE Fanucs PACSystems SafetyNet incorporates the latest design techniques to achieve this prestigious certification from Lloyds Register, said Dave Reynolds, Product Marketing Manager, GE Fanucs Process Solutions. PACSystems SafetyNet is rugged, reliable and open, and has been used worldwide in many different process applications in power generation, gas plants, chemical and petrochemical industries, pipelines and in all sectors of the oil and gas industries.
GE Fanuc PACSystems SafetyNet is a cost-effective functional safety system that meets the safety needs of todays Emergency Shut Down, Fire & Gas and Burner Management applications. It provides an open, user-friendly, adaptable, trustworthy and cost-effective safety platform. Benefits include:
With recent technology advances and a cost-effective new architecture, we believe PACSystems SafetyNet is an ideal solution for control and safety system integration, said Reynolds.
About GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms
GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms, a joint venture between General Electric (NYSE: GE) and FANUC LTD of Japan, is a high-performance technology company and a global provider of hardware, software, services, expertise and experience in automation and embedded computing, with products employed in virtually every industry, including manufacturing automation, process automation, defense, automotive, telecommunications, healthcare and aerospace. GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms is a worldwide company headquartered in Charlottesville, VA and is part of GE Enterprise Solutions.
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