As a developer and supplier of sensors and safety solutions for the entire life cycle of a machine, Leuze is now placing greater emphasis on its safety expertise in its business activities with a newly created, dedicated division. Its motto: "Safety at Leuze".
Leuze focuses on targeted industries in which the company has acquired extensive and specific application know-how over the years. Albrecht von Pfeil, head of the Sensors and Safety Solutions division at Leuze, explains: "when these technological skills are applied in a targeted way to the relevant industry segments, specific applications result. One of these is the field of safety, which is increasingly becoming a focal point for us."
From sensor manufacturer to all-round security company
From the outset, Leuze has been a pioneer in the field of occupational safety, with inventions such as the very first protective sensor. Having started out strictly as a manufacturer and developer of safety sensors, Leuze has expanded considerably in recent years. Today, its range includes not only safety sensors, but also services and safety solutions. This know-how has been brought together in the newly created Security Division.
Today, Leuze has in-depth knowledge of standards and extensive experience of safety-related applications. These two elements form the basis of Leuze's solutions. Leuze-qualified security concepts are at the heart of every security solution. Leuze's professional security consultants assess the requirements of each individual security solution and adapt them to the respective system configuration. The people in charge of the sensors accompany the projects through to approval of the solution.
"Safety at Leuze
The decision to place greater emphasis on safety is underlined by a new motto, "Safety at Leuze". "Our new motto stands for a perfectly matched product portfolio, extensive experience in safety consulting, in the engineering and design of safety solutions, and a wide range of safety services. All this for a wide variety of machine and system types", concludes Albrecht von Pfeil.
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