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FlexNet for Gas


smart-gas-icon.pngReach farther into your distribution network

Do you think AMI is just for meter reading? You might be surprised. With solutions that can measure pressure, turn off gas and even monitor corrosion, the FlexNet® communication network helps gas utilities stay informed and remotely manage their distribution network. Efficiently. Cost effectively. Safely.




Monitor pressure – and more

Collect essential data across your entire system. The Sensus Smart Gateway tracks pressure highs and lows, alerts you to changes and gives you the information you need to respond faster. Improve planning and maintenance with fact-based data at your fingertips.

SmartGas Reduce Loss.jpgPrevent corrosion

Get automated daily readings from galvanic test points and impressed-current rectifiers — even in the most remote locations. Our Cathodic Protection solution even supports all PHMSA Instant-Off tests. So your corrosion team can spend less time getting readings and more time maintaining your distribution lines.


SmartGas Operate Safer.jpgWork safer

Shut off service remotely when needed: service disconnects, safety concerns or non-payment. Plus the Sensus Remote Gas Shutoff can be programmed to alert you and immediately respond to unsafe pressures, rising temperatures, tampering or seismic vibration at the meter set. Keeping customers and employees safe.


FlexNet communication network



  • Two-way communication with no frequency sharing or interference
  • 100% coverage
  • Achilles® Communications Certified Security\



  • Three times faster than other networks
  • Twice the power to go the distance
  • 5% of the infrastructure



  • Private, licensed spectrum
  • Dedicated channels for time-sensitive data
  • Solutions for shutoff, pressure, corrosion protection…and meter reading

FlexNet Resource Center

Browse these resources to learn more about the FlexNet difference