HMIs for hazardous oil and gas conditions

American Industrial Systems' Hazardous Area HMIs and Thin Clients are designed to help oil and gas operators improve plant performance and reliability while maintaining worker safety.

12/02/2013


American Industrial Systems' Hazardous Area HMIs and Thin Clients are designed to help oil and gas operators improve plant performance and reliability while maintaining worker safety. Courtesy: American Industrial SystemsAmerican Industrial Systems' Hazardous Area HMIs and Thin Clients are manufactured for petroleum refineries and industrial plants. As refineries convert crude through distillation and chemical reactions into a variety of valuable fuels and lubricants for downstream applications, they need digital control and monitoring equipment to replace manual operator processes. AIS panel PCs are specifically engineered to help oil and gas operators improve plant performance and reliability, improve operator reliability and safety, reduce operational costs and support compliance to environmental regulations. Approved for Class 1, Div 2 and Zone 2 use, AIS Nonincendive, Non-Sparking, Hermetically-sealed, Remote Touch Screen HMI Panels satisfy electrical safety standards and regulations. Moreover, AIS remote HMIs comply with the ATEX directive and the Zone 2 range and are UL and CSA certified.

 

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