National Automation Services, Inc., a public holding company focused on designing, engineering, installing and maintaining automated control systems, announced yesterday after the closing bell that it is an exhibitor at Automation Treasure!™, a state-of-the-art exhibition and training event hosted by the International Society of Automation (“ISA”).

“We are pleased that this exhibition provides us an opportunity to introduce new products that very few integrators offer,” stated Dayv Marlow, V.P. of Sales & Marketing. “We are striving to achieve a competitive advantage nationwide by offering a wider range of solutions. We are continuously seeking new ways to provide products that optimize production and minimize cost.”

One of the company’s products to be showcased at the exhibition are manufactured, corrosion-resistant Instrumentation Stands. The product provides customers with a ready-made, off-the-shelf product that meets the rigid standards demanded by professional engineers. Reducing the installation costs of field instrumentation, the stands also provide excellent environmental protection to the instruments.

Another of the company’s featured products, NAS ARCFLASH Solution Package, helps customers meet compliance with the National Fire Protection Association (“NFPA”). This solution package offers the complete Arc Flash analysis to customers’ electrical distribution systems based on NFPA 70E 2009 standards and compliance regulations, and allows National Automation to offer a simple solution to a complex task, while minimizing costs and potentially saving a life. Arc Flash training will also be offered at this year’s exhibition.

In the press release, the company invited the public to join them at Automation Treasure!™ exhibition and training event. The event will be held at Treasure Island Casino in Las Vegas, NV on June 11th, 2010. For more information on National Automation’s products, services, and upcoming events, visit http://www.NASAutomation.com.

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