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PCB Piezotronics Releases New Capabilities Brochure
"Intrinsically Safe, Industrial Dynamic ICPÒ Pressure Sensors"

PCB Piezotronics (PCB®) has announced the release of a new 4-page, full-color capabilities brochure, entitled, "Intrinsically Safe, Industrial Dynamic ICPÒ Pressure Sensors." The brochure highlights specific sensor and instrumentation available for pressure monitoring, diagnostics, troubleshooting, and control applications in hazardous factory environments, as well as oil, gas & petrochemical; gas turbines; pumps; and engine and compressor monitoring applications.

PCBÒ Series 102A and 121A sensors offer intrinsic safety certifications to CSA and ATEX standards, permitting use on machinery operating in hazardous environments. Applications include monitoring dynamic pressure events such as surges, pulsations, spikes, leak detection, combustor instability, and acoustics found in operation of oil & gas well heads, pumps, gas compressors, pipe-lines, reciprocating engines, and gas turbines. Sensors may be used with ICPÒ signal conditioning and permit use of a variety of inexpensive 2-wire cable systems. The low-impedance signal may be transmitted over long cable distances, and sensors may be used in dirty environments with no signal degradation. PCBÒ can also assist with providing many other styles of dynamic pressure sensors with hazardous area approvals.

With more than 40 years of expertise in automotive, aerospace and defense, industrial, test and measurement and power generation applications, PCB Piezotronics is a global leader in the design and manufacture of dynamic and static pressure sensors, as well as a pioneer of ICPÒ technology. Manufacturing operations are certified to AS9100:2004 and ISO 9001:2000, with calibration procedures accredited by A2LA to ISO 17025. With 24-hour customer support; direct sales offices throughout Europe and Asia; and an established global distribution network, PCBÒ attributes its continued growth to an unwavering commitment to Total Customer Satisfaction.

February 2008

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