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Sierra Brings World-Class Flowmeter Calibration to China

Jul 05, 2012

If you are a researcher, manufacturer or industrial manager in China or another Asia-Pacific region, you can now access today’s most advanced flow meter calibration services faster than ever before. That’s because we’ve opened a new flow calibration laboratory in Shanghai, Pudong. Called the Sierra Flow Center of Excellence, this cutting-edge facility joins our other certified calibration and metrology centers in Singapore, South Korea and India.

In addition to offering you flow measurement seminars and training, our facility houses a variety of flow calibration equipment, ranging from primary standard piston provers to high-flow gas calibration systems. The piston prover facility can handle gas mass flows from 0 to 10 sccm up to 500 slpm – ideal for a wide range of mass flow meters and controllers.  The high flow gas calibration facility is ideal for immersible thermal mass flow meters.

Sierra’s President, Matthew J. Olin, visited the facility last month for the grand opening along with more than 55 flow meter distributors from China and nearby Asian countries.

Olin says he is very proud of the Sierra Instruments team in China, as well as the flowmeter calibration facility. “We will continue to invest in order to better serve our valued customers.  Flow calibration is complicated science and we want to assure the highest quality services in the region,” he adds.

If you have questions about flowmeters or flowmeter calibration services in China or Southeast Asia, please contact our Sierra Asia office.


Maryadine Washington, Mar-Com Manager
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Maryadine Washington, Mar-Com Manager
Sierra Instruments

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