The EPAS adapts to any electric controller and acts as a bypass system. If the electric controller experiences a failure in power, the EPAS supplies natural gas pressure until power is restored
Replace with: In some instances, electric power is available to run controllers. Most of these controllers use compressed air as a power source. In most cases, using compressed air, as a power source, cost money more than running the same controllers with natural gas. The EPAS can adapt to controllers that use compressed air and reduce air consumption, thus returning cost savings back to the operator.