American Sensor Technologies Achieves IECex Certification for Intrinsically Safe and ATEX Certified Pressure Transducers and Transmitters

Mt. Olive, NJ – American Sensor Technologies, Inc. (AST) has achieved IECex certification for its intrinsically safe and ATEX certified pressure transducers and transmitters. In an effort to offer a global pressure sensing solution that addresses both regulatory and environment requirements to different geographic regions throughout the world, American Sensor Technologies continues to add certifications to its portfolio.

To support customers abroad, as well as existing domestic customers who need products shipped internationally, AST now offers the following certifications for many of its sensing products:

• IEC 60079-0 : 2011
• IEC 60079-11 : 2011
• Ex ia IIC T4 Ga, Tamb:-40°C to +80°C for AST 4401
• Ex ia IIB T4 Ga, Tamb:-40°C to +80°C for AST 4400, AST 44LP, AST4500, AST4510, AST4520
• Ex ia IIB T4 Ga, Tamb:-0°C to +60°C for AST4530

Pressure transducers and transmitters now certified include:

• AST4400 - Standard pressure transmitter from 0-1 bar to 1400 bar
• AST44LP - Low pressure transmitter from 70 millibar to 1 bar
• AST4401 - Standard pressure transmitter certified to Class I Zone 0 IIC
• AST4500/4510 - Submersible level sensors
• AST4520 - Submersible level sensor with flush diaphragm
• AST4530 - Submersible level sensor from PVDF/PTFE for chemicals

To download a copy of the Certificate of Conformity, visit:
http://iecex.iec.ch/iecex/iecexweb.nsf/UID/25216ACEFDC52520C1257D110056F273?OpenDocument

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, visit http://www.astsensors.com or email [email protected]

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