Sensa acquires York Sensors to boost fiber optic sensing abilities

York Sensors developed fiber optic distributed temperature sensing during the 1980s. The technique has now been used extensively around the globe to monitor power distribution cables, detect leaks and monitor hot spots in refining, LNG operations and petro-chemicals in addition to its use as a downhole sensor oil & gas production.

By P. DOUGLAS FILAROSKI
The Florida Times-Union

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