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Introducing RedyCompact Mass Flow Meters and Regulators- New Video


Jun 02, 2020
Erica Giannini, Marketing Manager
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Erica Giannini, Marketing Manager

Mechanical rotometers have been a staple for flow measurement since the early 1900s, giving engineers and scientists fast and economical gas flow measurement. Sierra introduces the next generation advancements in this technology with the RedyCompact™ mass flow meters and regulators, Watch Sierra’s NEW video to learn how this unique battery-powered digital mass flow meter, regulator […]

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Mass Flow Controllers Support Ventilator Testing


May 21, 2020
Maryadine Washington, Mar-Com Manager
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Maryadine Washington, Mar-Com Manager

Precision Mass Flow Control Validates Ventilator Accuracy It’s actually a life and death matter, and we take this very seriously. Accurate mass flow control is crucial in the process of validating the accuracy of oxygen flow for mechanical ventilators and respiratory medical equipment. Ventilators are designed to pump oxygen into a patient that is breathing […]

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New From Sierra, MEMS-based Thermal MFC’s Set the Long-Term Stability Bar – High!


Feb 07, 2020
Matthew Olin, President
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Matthew Olin, President

  We have been in the capillary thermal mass flow business for nearly 45 years, many have asked us why we recently introduced MEMS thermal mass flow controllers into our product offering.  Combining superior physics, high reliability, and unparalleled flexibility, our new Sierra MEMS-based RedySmart brand mass flow controllers complement our Sierra Capillary-based SmartTrak brand […]

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