American Sensor Technologies’ Booklet Focuses on Sensors and Transmitters for Oil, Gas, and Energy Industries

American Sensor Technologies (AST) Inc. recently released a 10-page booklet that focuses on its capability in the position and pressure transmitter domain for the oil, gas, and energy industries.

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In the energy sector, the booklet highlights applications related to gas compression, off-shore drilling and sub-sea, extraction, drilling, pipeline monitoring, and storage tanks categories. Each category, in turn, focuses on advantages gained by utilizing transmitters for the measurement of position and pressure, the application of AST technology, and common applications.

Transmitters and sensors are increasingly replacing displays and local gauges, which helps bring down expenses, develop a centralized place to ensure site performance, and reduce the requirement of visits to sites. Transmitters and sensors are also used to keep an eye on trends and enable adjustments in equipment without requiring any technician. The readers will be able to visualize product usage through customer application photographs.

The booklet has sections dealing with AST products, and their Cnex, CSA, and UL approvals for use in Asia and North America. These approvals also accommodate usage of these products in intrinsically safe, non-incendive, and explosion-proof areas.

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