Pressure is one of the basic measurements performed in the vast majority of industrial and manufacturing facilities.
- Limit Switches for Industrial Enclosures
- V15 Series | Honeywell
- Photoelektric safety barriers - type FF-SG
- MICRO SWITCH™ Cable-Pull Safety Switches - CPS Series
- SE Series | Honeywell
- Photoelektric safety barriers - type FF-SYA
- MICRO SWITCH™ Miniature Safety Interlock Switches - GKM Series
- BZ Series | Honeywell
- Safety Interlock Switches - GKN Series
- Pressure Transducers
- Multi-Entry Trapped Key-Operated Safety Interlock Switches - GKS Series
- NGC Series - Limit Switches
- Ultrasonic Distance Sensor - 942-T Series
- GLA - switch compatible with EN50041 standard in metal casing
- GLC - switch compatible with EN50047 standard in metal casing
- GLD - switch compatible with EN50047 standard in plastic casing with double insulation
- GLE - switch compatible with EN50047 standard in metal casing with three outputs for wires
- Limit switches GLL series
- SZL-VL series
- Limit switches 14CE series
- Limit switches GLS series
- Emergency switch - GKE series
- Particle Sensor series HPM
- Limit switch for military, railway and air applications
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
- Pressure Transducer - MLH Series
- Pressure Transducers - PX2 Series
- MIP - Media-Isolated Pressure Transducers
- Humidity Sensors HIH
- Learning ultrasonic sensors 943 series
- Ultrasound sensors with 946 series function
- PCB pressure sensors
Components for Hazardous Areas & Explosive Atmospheres [Ex]
List of products by brand Honeywell
Honeywell company started the journey on the market as early as in 1906 and operated as Honeywell Heating Specialty Co. Incorporated founded by Mark Honeywell. Years before that, the company already started to form, after the invention of the furnace regulator in 1885 when the inventor Albert Butz patented the furnace regulator and alarm.
The company specialized mainly in making hot water heat generators.
In 1969 Honeywell took a big part in the Moon mission support initiative - when on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon during the Apollo 11 mission, Honeywell’s thousands of produced parts were used in electronic devices that made up the Stabilization and Control Systems (SCS). Additionally, Honeywell pilots also helped with flight testing.
Today, the company’s headquarters are in Charlotte, North Carolina, US and they operate around the world in 70 countries in all continents.
Honeywell products and solutions have an incredibly extensive range of applications and options of usage in many different industrial fields, such as aerospace, buildings & cities, chemicals & materials, healthcare & pharma, industrial & manufacturing, retail, safety departments, and sporting goods.
Their assortment includes: automatics limit switches, microswitches microswitches, limit switches in metal housing/plastic housing with double insulation/in metal housing with 3 outputs for wires, economic limit switches, components for hazardous areas & explosive atmospheres [ex] and automation [ex] in hazardous area, automatics sensors, transducers, ultrasonic distance sensors, ultrasound sensors with a digital connection, safety interlock switches, mini safety switches with keys, safety curtains, photoelectric safety barriers, humidity and temperature sensors.
Honeywell also operates on a quantum computing field, providing solutions for pharmaceuticals - to improve the efficiency of early-phase drug design and discovery; chemicals; finance - to reduce risks; aerospace & defense - to help develop new aircraft materials and military technology; oil & gas; solutions for data centers- machine learning and analysis of large data sets; manufacturing; telecommunication.
The company works in compliance with many regulations, for example the conflict minerals statement - regulation that pledges countries from the union that import tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold, to make sure that in the delivery chain there are no products that could be financing an armed conflict.
Additionally, they work towards environmental safety and constantly try to reduce the greenhouse gases, energy and water waste, reduce general and hazardous waste in landfills.
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