Our focus is on providing the best for our customers
Reliably warning the public of imminent threats is our main concern. This is what HÖRMANN Warnsysteme with its expertise from over 60 years of development and production of sirens stands for. Our products alert populations around the world facing threats from tsunamis, flooding, fire, toxic substances or other disasters. Founded in 1955 by Dipl.-Ing. Hans Hörmann as a two-man operation, the first sirens laid the groundwork for today’s HÖRMANN Group with over 27 companies. Today, the range of products and services offered by HÖRMANN warning systems includes electronic sirens with associated control centre technology as well as the entire field of safety technology. Our experienced employees at the Stade site plan, install and maintain safety-related systems for customers from a wide range of industries and sectors.
HÖRMANN Warnsysteme is not just THE pioneer in the development of electronic sirens. Our experience combined with delivery of outstanding quality has made us the market leader. HÖRMANN “made in Germany” sirens have already been a reliable component of mass warning systems around the world for many years. Our strength is the planning, production, installation and maintenance of tailor-made siren systems of all sizes.
We have chosen Germany as the development and production location for our sirens. Long-standing customer relationships back up our claim of unrivalled quality and our creation of sustainable, innovative, resource-saving product concepts.
Our employees are experts in planning turnkey, cost-effective solutions – from individual sirens to national siren warning systems. Carefully selected, well-trained partners around the world enhance our extensive service network. This enables us to implement and maintain optimum warning systems at any location. As part of a strong group of companies, we will continue to use our innovative spirit and drive to create modern solutions that will help our customers reliably warn their populations in the face of disasters.