MBBP Client Atrex Receives Canadian Standards Association Approval for Remote Power Generators 03/02/2017Posted by Morse Barnes-Brown Pendleton in Client News, Manufacturing, Retail & Service.
Tags: Atrex, Canada, Canadian Standards Association, environmentally clean, fuel cell technology, generator, oil and gas, power solutions, remote power generators
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Firm client Atrex Energy, Inc. received approval from a Canadian standards group for its remote power generators, which are used in applications for the oil and gas industry. This is the first-ever certification from the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) under its new FC-1 Standard for its high efficiency and fuel flexible ARP units. CSA certification is a rigorous standard of safety, and as such recognizes the safety and reliability of the technology in Atrix’s remote power generators. Many customers require equipment to have the certification, making this a major achievement for Atrex.
Atrex is based in Walpole, MA and its products offer low carbon, environmental solutions for essential off-grid power needs. To read more about the certification and Atrex’s remote power generators, read the full article featured in the latest edition of North American Oil & Gas Pipelines.