About Sentrol Inc.

2010 Fike sales award at tradeshow
Sentrol Inc. represents the industry’s leading manufacturers of sensor and fluid control products. Headquartered in Carver, Massachusetts, the company serves construction managers, engineering companies, manufacturers, and OEMs in the Eastern United States.

Your Experts in Sensor and Control Solutions. Sentrol Inc. is a leading provider of product and service solutions for sensing and fluid control applications in industry. Safety Systems customers rely on the company’s expertise and years of experience in the recommendation and distribution of high quality, cost-effective products to address the complexities of sensing and fluid control applications in industry.

Sentrol serves OEMS, end users, contractors and engineering firms in the biopharmaceutical, chemical, food and beverage, HVAC, material handling, microelectronics, research, test/ measurement, and wastewater markets. Delivering the industry’s most advanced sensor and fluid control solutions is paramount to the Sentrol team.

    With dedicated engineers on staff, Sentrol Inc. offers you:

    Piping and Instrumentation Design Take Offs.
    This includes:

    • Review and itemization of instrumentation on design plans.
    • At your facility or ours.
    • PID take off reports using item tag numbers and manufacturer part numbers.
    • Recommendation of alternate suppliers to meet specifications.

    Sizing, Recommendation, Selection and Sale of Sensor and Control Instruments

    Sentrol Inc. staff has more than 100 combined years of experience in the evaluation, engineering and analysis of fluid control systems. This includes the recommendation of:

    • Ball Valves
    • Control Valves
    • Explosion Vents
    • Flow Meters
    • Gas Purifiers
    • LEL Gas Monitoring Systems
    • Rupture Discs
    • Sanitary Instrumentation
    • Steam Traps
    • Pressure Gauges & Transmitters
    • Pressure Regulators
    • And Other Industry- Related Products

    Specialized Inventory Management

    Stocking warehouse for just-in-time delivery.

    • Component kitting for delivery of multiple parts at the same time.
    • Assembly of parts to minimize inventory part numbers.
    • Electronic order processing, including EDI and ACH.