How long has Lenterra been in business?

Since 2002, Lenterra has specialized in the development of sensor instrumentation based on a range of patented optical and ionized gas/plasma-based technologies. In recognition of its efforts, the company has won numerous grants and received a number of patents.

What makes Lenterra’s fluid flow sensor instrumentation different?

While there are a variety of offline, sensor instrumentation solutions in the marketplace, Lenterra offers the only IN-LINE solution that offers real-time results – without the need to stop production. Based on this proprietary technology we introduced in 2012, customers can use the real-time flow measurement data feedback to make necessary process without the need to stop production which eliminates costly, time-consuming production stops and starts.

What markets does Lenterra serve?

The industries that align with Lenterra’s proprietary in-line, real-time sensor technology include Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Lubricant/Paint/Ink and Oil & Gas Piping Systems.

Has any company used Lenterra's in-line, real-time sensor instrumentation technology?

Yes, such companies as Bristol Myers Squibb and Perrigo use our products. Please see the list of our partners and clients here.


How does Lenterra compare with other fluid flow measurement sensor technologies available on the market today?

Lenterra invented the ONLY in-line, real-time fluid flow measurement sensor system (PAT) on the market today. This innovation came about in 2012 as a response to the Food Drug Administration (FDA) assessment that “the pharmaceutical industry’s hesitancy to embrace manufacturing production innovation was undesirable from a public health perspective.”

By introducing the industry’s first in-line, real time PAT sensor system. Lenterra is able to provide manufacturing companies with overall process and cost efficiencies that can’t get elsewhere.

How do I perform a “Finger test”?

Hold the sensor vertically. In the software set the measurement rate to 100 Hz. For LOC-F controller change the acquisition mode to “raw signal”. Start capturing the data. Then carefully and slowly move the floating element back and forth several times along the sensitivity axis a wooden or plastic pin. Stop the measurements and save data.