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45-feet Under Ground in the Steam Tunnels of New York City

Jun 19, 2014

Glen Coblentz, VP of Sales for  North America, lives a really interesting life!  Now you can find out more about it because we’re taking our social media to the streets! Or, maybe we should say, to the steam tunnels, oil and gas wells, research laboratories and many other locations that use Sierra’s mass flow meters and controllers every day.

Take a look at Glen’s first Tweet with Sierra expert, Northeast Technical. They are installing 25 InnovaMass insertion mass vortex meters 45-feet under ground in the steam tunnels of New York City.  It’s about 120 degrees down there.

How can you stay up to date on Glen’s latest flow meter adventures?

Glen will share application tips, behind-the-scenes photos, his flow knowledge and experiences from out in the field. The best way is to join us on Twitter at @SierraFlow. We will also be posting some of his updates on Sierra’s Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ pages.

Erica Giannini, Marketing Manager
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Erica Giannini, Marketing Manager
Sierra Instruments

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