Michigan City-based Dwyer Instruments manufactures sensors and instrumentation solutions for the IAQ, building automation and process markets. (photo courtesy of Dwyer Instruments)

Michigan City-based Dwyer Instruments has acquired Universal Flow Monitors Inc. in Michigan, a manufacturer of flow meters and controls for industrial applications. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.

Dwyer Instruments says UFM designs and manufactures flow meters and controllers for fluids and gases in automation, robotics, and other process automation applications. Its products include vane style, vortex shedding, and laminar flowmeters as well as rotameters.

“UFM has a broad portfolio of ruggedized products that customers rely on for critical industrial applications,” said Mark Fisher, president of Dwyer. “This has led UFM to a successful, entrenched position in niche industrial markets. We are very excited to welcome UFM to the Dwyer family.”

Dwyer did not specify if any jobs would be affected by the acquisition.

In addition to its Michigan City headquarters, Dwyer Instruments has offices in Asia, Europe and Australia.