Yamatake, MycroSensor alliance creates Process Measurement Center
Houston, TX; Phoenix, AZ—To give users added measurement expertise and responsiveness, Yamatake America Inc. and MycroSensor Technologies LLC formed a strategic alliance May 14 that will focus on measurement instrumentation and create their Process Measurement Center.
Houston, TX; Phoenix, AZ— To give users added measurement expertise and responsiveness, Yamatake America Inc. and MycroSensor Technologies LLC formed a strategic alliance May 14 that will focus on measurement instrumentation and create their Process Measurement Center. This facility will provide access to measurement experts, who understand users' needs and applications, and can provide solutions to meet those needs.
Yamatake and MycroSensor report their alliance enables combined product portfolios, operations consolidation, and co-development programs. It also leverages their industry experience, product development, marketing and sales capabilities. MycroSensor develops and manufactures precision measurement and specialty sensor instruments for the process industries. Yamatake America Inc. provides industrial instrumentation and industrial automation to markets in the Americas.
Initially, MycroSensor will assume marketing, sales, and post-sale product support for Yamatake's MagneW electromagnetic flowmeter portfolio in the Americas. Yamatake magnetic flowmeters already are installed in more than 10,000 flow loops in North America.
In addition, MagneW's final assembly and testing operations for the Americas will be performed in MycroSensor's Phoenix-based manufacturing facility. MagneW will complement the MycroSensor's Fluidic Flowmeter products, which will give users more flow measurement op-tions.
MycroSensor was founded in 2001 to manufacture and continue development of instrumentation lines originally designed and marketed by Moore Products. It will continue to develop, manufacture and market its XTC Transmitter and Fluidic Flowmeter product lines.
Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor