Jeff Smith of Tampa has joined Cranston, RI-based Primary Flow Signal, Inc. (PFS) as national sales manager-Municipal Group. PFS is a leader in the design, manufacture and application of differential producer flow metering equipment and accessories used worldwide for measuring liquid, gas and steam flow.
Smith, with nearly 30 years of experience in flow metering for water and wastewater treatment, processing and distribution facilities, is available to assist municipalities throughout North America. He can be reached at 813 951.1514 and JSmith@PrimaryFlowSignal.com.
Commenting on the appointment, Bruce Briggs, PFS president, said, “We have become one of the leading flow measurement equipment suppliers to municipal water and wastewater facilities worldwide not only because of the quality of our products, but because of our exceptional customer service. Jeff, with his three decades of hands-on experience, provides extraordinary value-added assistance to our customers.”
Founded in 1982, PFS manufactures products and provides services used in more than 40 countries for a variety of applications: municipal water and wastewater, industrial, chemical, power generation, oil and gas, EGR automotive, cryogenic and harsh service. Holder of certifications to ISO 9001; ASME S and U; NB R and PED Module H, the company has more than 1 million installations around the world. PFS flow meters are known for superior accuracy and long-term reliability, backed by a large engineering department to provide customers with individualized design/application assistance.
PFS manufactures a broad range of highly accurate differential producer flow meters and accessories, while its affiliate, Turbines, Inc. (TI), fabricates turbine-type flow meters, monitors and related equipment. Turbines, Inc. recently introduced a new line of metering equipment specially designed and manufactured for the cryogenic market. Both companies provide reconditioning and application assistance services.
New York’s Department of Environmental Protection recently chose PFS to design and fabricate six huge Venturi meters—two 108” and four 144”—for the largest ultraviolet treatment facility in the world. When completed, the plant will provide nine million people in New York City and Lower Westchester County with 1.3 billion gallons of safe drinking water every day.
With worldwide headquarters in Cranston, RI, PFS operates facilities in Canada and China and multiple locations in the U.S. PFS, which is privately held and whose principals actively manage the business, employs 150 and forecasts continued growth in operations and revenues for at least the next five years.
Smith lives with his wife Cindy in Tampa.
More information about PFS can be found at www.PrimaryFlowSignal.com and about Turbines, Inc. at www.TurbinesIncorporated.com.