Trinseo completes emergency warning system upgrade

Global plastics manufacturing giant Trinseo has announced the complete installation of Motorola Solution’s two-way radio Mototbro system across the plants of its recently acquired Arkema polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) business.

By deploying the Motorobro system, the Italian plastic and latex binder manufacturing company claimed that it had “seamlessly” revamped its plants' emergency warning system to integrate the manufacture of the rigid resin PMMA.

Trinseo had previously announced it would add PMMA and MMA products and technologies within seven manufacturing plants and three R&D locations in Europe and North America. These can now centrally send out messages to communications channels instantaneously.

Following a testing phase which included a full emergency response simulation, Trinseo has deployed the system which comprises an SLR 5500 repeater, DM2600 mobile two-way radios, SL2600 ATEX portable radios and five vehicular radios which deliver clear communications for the safety teams and all those working in the manufacturing environment. The new warning system enables the digital and analogue technology to operate in tandem and integrates the five elements Trinseo uses for communication: the radios, the loudspeakers, the VoIP fixed phones, the DECT portable phones and the TRBOnet control room solution.

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