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AST’s Intrinsically Safe Pressure Transducers Receive ATEX Certification

American Sensor Technologies, Inc. (AST), manufacturer of pressure sensors and transmitters for pressure and level measurement, has achieved ATEX certification for its range of intrinsically safe pressure transducers.

In coordination with CSA and SIRA, AST has gained ATEX certification for Class I Zone 0 Exia IIB and IIC, T4 rated areas. The certification allows AST to expand its support of pressure and level measurement applications in oil and gas and alternative energy markets in Europe and the Middle East.

AST’s ATEX certified pressure transducers are available for submersible and non-submersible applications including oil field SCADA systems, compressors, hydraulic systems, water management and more. Units are available from 0-1 PSI (68millibar) to 20,000 PSI (1400 bar) in various material options including 316L, Inconel Hastelloy C276, and PVDF.

For a complete listing of ATEX certified, intrinsically safe pressure transducers, refer to http://www.astsensors.com/intrinsically_safe_pressure_transmitters.php

For more information on American Sensor Technologies, please visit the website at www.astsensors.com or contact Greg Montrose at 973-448-1901 or [email protected]

About American Sensor Technologies, Inc.
American Sensor Technologies, Inc. (AST) manufactures pressure sensors, transducers, transmitters and switches for pressure and level measurement with the best price to performance ratio in the industry. With pressure ranges from 5 inches of water column to 60,000 PSI and various material and output signal options, AST can design a standard or custom pressure sensor for liquids and gases that is cost-effective and reliable. Manufactured in New Jersey, AST pressure sensing products are built with a full selection of approvals including: ABS, Explosion-proof, Intrinsically Safe, and Non-Incendive ratings. For more information on AST pressure transducers and transmitters, please visit www.astsensors.com or email [email protected] .

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