Flare Gas White Paper Explores Flow Metering Challenges

Presents New Next-Generation Flow Meter Innovation

MONTEREY, CA — March 5, 2014 — Sierra Instruments, a leading global mass flow instrument manufacturer, announces their new flare gas measurement white paper available now for free download. Sierra's new white paper offers oil & gas company decision makers, facilities managers and engineers a new cost-effective flare gas mass flow metering alternative to comply with increasingly stringent government regulations.


"I wrote this white paper to share with oil & gas companies mass flow meter innovation that rivals the traditional and expensive methods. The new QuadraTherm mass flow meter has a coriolis level of accuracy and can accurately adjust for the changing flare gas composition—without sending the meter back to the factory for recalibration." says Matthew Olin, President and CEO of Sierra Instruments.

The white paper includes:

*How to choose the best flow meter solution for different flare gas measurement challenges

*A comparative review for each type of flow meter technology

*How innovation in flow measurement technology leads to more precise results

*A cost of ownership study is presented

Download a free copy of the white paper 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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