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TASI Group acquires Sierra Instruments

By Scott Jenkins |

The TASI Group (Harrison, Ohio; www.tasigroup.com) continues the growth of its Flow Segment business with the recent acquisition of Sierra Instruments, Sierra Instruments Inc. (Monterey, Calif.; www.sierrainstruments.com), a global company specializing in the manufacture of flow measurement instrumentation.  This is the 2nd acquisition finalized by The TASI Group in just two months.


Offering flow and test solutions to international markets, Sierra Instruments comprises two divisions: FLOW, headquartered in Monterey, California and AUTO, headquartered in Malvern, United Kingdom.  The FLOW Division manufactures mass flow meters and flow controllers for gas, liquid, or steam application.  The AUTO Division builds complex, custom, integrated test facilities and world-class engine and vehicle test automation systems.


“Sierra’s flow product portfolio compliments TASI Flow businesses, offering new technologies including Transit-time ultrasonic and vortex shedding, among others,” explained TASI CEO John McKenna. “This acquisition is strategically important to the continuing growth of TASI Flow and the TASI Group.”


With this recent acquisition. the TASI Flow Segment now includes the following operations:



  • Air Monitor

  • AW-Lake Company

  • EXACT Dispensing Systems

  • Fox Thermal

  • Greyline

  • KEM Kuppers Electromechanik GmbH

  • Litre Meter

  • Onicon

  • Pulsar Process Measurement

  • Sierra Instruments

  • SignalFire Wireless Telemetry

  • Vogtlin Instruments GmbH

  • Seametrics

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