Sierra Instruments Releases New Full Line Flow Meter Catalog

Selection guide to quickly specify the right flow instrumentation for gas, liquid or steam applications

Monterey, CA — July 30, 2015 — Sierra Instruments, in their continual commitment to create useful flow meter resources to add value for customers, is pleased to announce the release of their new Full Line Catalog. The new catalog is a comprehensive flow meter selection guide that makes specifying the best flow instrumentation for any gas, liquid, or steam application simple. All Sierra's products, key specifications, and application benefits are in one, easy-to-use brochure that give customers the tools to find the right flow meter for their application instantly.



Quickly specify the right flow meter application:

View all flow measurement & control products for gas, liquid or steam
Easily view product specifications to determine the best fit for your application
Keep as a resource for future projects
Download and view the new Full Line Catalog today.

About Sierra
A global leader in flow measurement and control for over 40 years, Sierra instruments designs and manufactures high performance flow instrumentation for gas, liquid and steam applications commonly found in the pharmaceutical, scientific research, health, energy and semi-conductor industries. With over 150 offices in 50 countries, Sierra is uniquely positioned to provide their innovative products and lifetime support for the leading companies of today and the growth enterprises of tomorrow and lifetime support for the leading companies of today and the growth enterprises of tomorrow.

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