Wednesday, 29 January 2020
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Giovenzana: New emergency light devices

Giovenzana International B.V has widened its product range, which now includes light maintenance stations for the car roof and under the car in compliance with the standards EN 81.20 and EN 81.50.

Giovenzana International B.V has recently widened its product range. (Photo: © Giovenzana International B.V.)

These maintenance stations offer emergency lighting with an automatically charged emergency power supply for a minimum lighting intensity of 5 LUX for one hour.

Giovenzana offers various models of maintenance stations with an emergency light (5 LUX), button and power socket. The new maintenance station GM036/EU, on the other hand, has white LED light 50 LUX (@ 230 VAC) / 5 LUX (@ 12 VACDC), earthing contact socket and selector. Available on request also with other types of sockets.

Protection of the environment

Giovenzana International B.V. is a UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 and UNI EN ISO 14001:2015 certified company as it sets great store by sustainable development for the protection of the environment in its production processes.

The proposed solutions are the result of a careful examination of the requirements of components for industrial applications, in full compliance with international safety standards for lift technology, such as EN81.20 & EN81.50, GOST 33984.1-2016 and ABNT NBR NM 207-267.

The recent launch new lift products meet the requirements set by the standards UNI EN 81-20: 2014 and UNI EN 81-50: 2014.

Substance to its global vision

In the last twenty years, Giovenzana International has given substance to its global vision through specific steps: the opening of industrial and commercial headquarters in Amsterdam, the implementation of a production site in Hungary and, again, the establishment of an office in Moscow and branch offices in Dubai and Mumbai. Central and commercial coordination for the entire European territory is delegated to the Italian office.

The Hungarian office serves the countries of the East and the Moscow office the Russian Federation and the surrounding areas. Latin America, since 2015, has been overseen through the Sao Paulo branch of Brazil. The hub already operating in Dubai serves Asia, the Far East and Oceania.

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