It’s a good thing to be cautious when it comes to safety. Proximity alarms, like other technologies, bring up many questions. We at Sigalarm have the best engineers, designers, and technicians that can answer your proximity alarm questions. In this brief article, we lay out the answers.
Proximity Alarm Question #1 – Are Proximity Alarms Too Expensive?
Compared to any safety investment, proximity alarms are actually the most affordable. When you factor in the value of a safe work environment, it is the best investment a company can make. It’s hard to put a price on safety.
Proximity Alarm Question #2 – Do Proximity Alarms Utilize Limited Technology?
The fact is, proximity alarms are on the cutting edge of technology. At least 16 patents have been issued between 1964 and 2014. Currently a new ASTM standard is being developed for proximity alarms. By comparison, other options have not been tested nearly as much.
Proximity Alarm Question #3 – Do Proximity Alarms Provide a False Sense of Security?
It’s very easy to answer this myth. Proximity alarms have been in existence since the 1960’s. Over 10,000 models have been sold world-wide on a variety of equipment. However, they are not excluded from use by any regulatory agency. It is proven science that they provide sufficient warning as they are designed to do. If someone thinks they might instill a false sense of security, that too, has been proven wrong. In fact, the reverse is true as operators tend to be more aware of potential dangers.
Proximity Alarm Question #4 – Are Proximity Alarms Hard To Use?
It’s very likely your TV remote is more complicated than a proximity alarm. Sigalarm systems work flawlessly in freezing weather or in extreme heat. Sigalarms are immune to distractions. Sigalarms do not look away. As a guardian of your safety, they are always on the job.
In conclusion, Sigalarm has a team of the best trained people in the industry who are especially qualified to answer your questions. Please don’t hesitate to contact us, or call us at 800.589.3769.
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