Senstar Showcases Products Aimed at CFATS Market

With growing demand by organizations in the petrochemical market, Senstar, a provider of perimeter intrusion detection technology and products, will present its comprehensive solutions for this market at ASIS.

“The technologies and products offered by Senstar address the specific demands of CFATS (Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards) regulations and standards as set by the Department of Homeland Security,” said Jim Quick, president of Senstar Inc. “Our multiple technology portfolio integrates well with existing systems, and is the best answer for security directors and integrators’ needs, particularly when it comes to protecting critical infrastructure facilities.”

Senstar will demonstrate its broadest range of PIDS (Perimeter Intrusion Detection System) technologies at the upcoming ASIS exhibition.

  • Omnitrax -- the world’s leading RF buried cable system is an underground detection sensor that is well suited for inner perimeters of highly sensitive areas within the site or for entire sites.
  • Microwave sensors -- operate as a gap fill solution, on gates or roadways where the fence has a break or can also serve as a complete perimeter solution.
  • Senstar’s sensor grid -- is a highly reliable physical barrier integrated with a detection sensor that protects waterways on the perimeter, even when fully submerged in water.
  • FlexPI -- a state-of-the-art sensor that protects building interiors and can be installed on walls or rooftops as well as on cage-like structures, to detect attempted break-ins.

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