Dozens of our customers use ammonia (NH3), chlorine (CL2) and other dangerous chemicals at work. A lot of countries are obliged by law to build an autonomous public warning system. In short, it means that if a hazardous substance is produced into the environment and human health or life is endangered, people need to be automatically informed of the impending danger. The most effective method of warning is sirens that are automatically activated in such an emergency. In the majority of cases, this emergency situation can be prevented from happening. The solution is much simpler than it may seem at first sight. It is necessary to inform an operator of the imminent danger in due time so that it can be effectively eliminated. This early notification of the operator is provided by the notification system together with a set of monitoring sensors connected to it. Thanks to this system, the operator can almost immediately respond to emergency situations, even if having lunch or inspecting other devices away from the control centre.
The simple, hardware-based notification and summons system can be used in case of any emergency to summon the first responders/rescues services according to a pre-configured schedule. Upon request, the system is also able to control and activate third party devices, for example, ventilation, gate opening, beacons, etc. Another frequent application of the system is reception halls, where it is used to inform the relevant persons of visitors upon their arrival, or of goods deliveries. The system is backed-up and fully functional even in case of power failure.