The CAS 9001 series infrastructure offers customers flexibility in building an infrastructure tailored to their specific needs, whether it’s for size, analytical requirements, or hazardous area classification. The units can be built to meet NFPA/NEC requirements, from general purpose to hazardous area classified locations. The infrastructure can be configured with the customer’s preferred instrumentation and wired specific to their requirements, including odorization, analytical, RTU, regulation, or other appliances.
The 9001 series infrastructure meets all applicable building codes nationally and can be provided with Professional Engineer stamped drawings specific to the customer’s region. CAS has designed these shelters to withstand the most challenging conditions, from the strict hurricane requirements in Florida to the seismic requirements of California and even the extreme weather conditions of the North Slope of Alaska.
The 9005 Series Dual Classification Shelter offers even more flexibility by providing two working areas with different area classifications. This type of shelter is commonly used with an odorizer and an RTU, which utilize a gas transmission barrier and seal to prevent gas ingress and egress.