CLEAN, GREEN TECHNOLOGY
At the foundation of Perceptive Sensor Technology is the reduction of waste and avoidable pollutive practices from manmade disasters. PST Green Tech™ accomplishes real-time sensor technology which helps:
Constantly monitor fluid levels for tank applications, aimed to eliminate overfill.
Transmix sensors help reduce waste from reclamation of fuels blended throughout pipeline transfer.
SOME GLOBAL ENTERPRISES
UNKNOWINGLY OR NEGLIGENTLY
BURN HAZARDOUS, CONTAMINATED FUELS.
From Perceptive Sensors' inception, portability worked in tandem with the need for a non-intrusive means to identify fluid, in sealed containers, in real-time. Acoustic technology provided the key to identifying full fluid content of any sealed container, hence portability was paramount in the initial development of detection methods of chemical weapons -- a key function in random, domestic and international inspection. WhiteBarrels.jpg 1.65 TRILLION* BARRELS of OIL WORLDWIDE These are 'Proven Oil Reserves' through known channels. Ripe for fraud, delineation and theft, more than 2T surely exist under varying degrees of quality control measures. With this Global 'Identification Problem', PST provides the same confidence in a portable device.
THESE COMPANIES ARE PART OF A NEW GREEN INITIATIVE
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory identified distinguishing acoustic metrics detectable in sealed containers -- the basis for Perceptive Sensor Technologies™ Patented and Patent-Pending Acoustic Technology.
There are 1.65 trillion barrels of proven oil reserves in the world as of 2016. The world has proven reserves equivalent to 46.6 times its annual consumption levels. This means it has about 47 years of oil left (at current consumption levels and excluding unproven reserves). World Oil Statistics - Worldometerwww.worldometers.info
The United States has the largest network of energy pipelines in the world, with more than 2.4 million miles of pipe. The network of crude oil pipelines in the U.S. is extensive. There are approximately 72,000 miles of crude oil lines in the U.S. that connect regional markets. Where Are Pipelines Located - pipeline101.org