Tuesday, August 10, 2021
Sage Metering, the first manufacturer to provide an on-site calibration verification for thermal mass flow meters, is pleased to appoint Centro Inc as a distributor for its innovative flow meters.
The Sage Metering product line will become part of the Instrumentation, Measurement & Control Division which is managed by Andy Silas, Division Sales Manager.
Centro Inc., founded in Memphis in 1970, is a specialty representative and distributor company focusing on industrial customers in the Discreet Manufacturing and Process Flow Markets. The company serves industrial customers through six product focused divisions:
• Instrumentation, Measurement & Control Division
• Valve, Actuation & Engineered Products Division
• Purification & Filtration Division.
• Pump & Seal Division
• Process Equipment & Sanitary Division
• Automation & Robotics Division
Centro has experienced significant growth since an ownership change in 2002 and has been recognized by the Memphis Business Journal with a Pacesetter Award. Centro is one of the top 100 Privately Held Businesses in Memphis and was selected by the Memphis Business Journal as Small Business of the Year in 2012.
About Sage Metering:
Sage Metering, headquartered in Monterey, California, has a team of experienced application engineers, many of whom have worked in the thermal mass flow marketplace since its inception. Here Sage Metering assists customers with choosing the proper gas flow meter for their applications and offer installation guidance to ensure the meters selected performs as accurately as possible. Additionally, Sage has a dedicated Service Department ready to support customers with pre-sale and after-sale assistance as required.
Sage is an industry leader in high-performance thermal mass flow meters and has pioneered numerous innovations, including introducing the first digital method of driving the sensor (versus the traditional drift-prone Wheatstone bridge). In 2007, Sage pioneered the “In-Situ Calibration Verification Check,” ensuring the flow meter still retains the original NIST-traceable calibration. This simple 3-step check conducted at a no-flow (0 SCFM) condition takes only three minutes and verifies the meter’s accuracy and confirms that the sensor is clean and the flow meter hasn’t drifted or shifted.