SensoTech Celebrates 25 Years

In 1990, at a time of political upheaval, the engineers Dr. Ingo Benecke and Mathias Bode founded SensoTech GmbH in Magdeburg, Germany.

In 1990, at a time of political upheaval, the engineers Dr. Ingo Benecke and Mathias Bode founded SensoTech GmbH in Magdeburg, Germany. With extensive technical knowledge and a passion for technological progress, the potential of sonic velocity measurement for precise determination of liquid concentrations was recognized early. In contrast to conventional measuring methods, the sonic velocity meters provide important advantages including the use in almost any process liquid, high accuracy, robustness, long-term stability and no maintenance as well as bypass-free installation and the possibility of corrosion-resistant sensor materials.

In 2008, the course was set for building the new headquarters. After inauguration, the U.S. subsidiary was founded in 2013. "With our U.S. office and our future Chinese subsidiary, we increase step-by-step our international activities. Furthermore, our growing number of international sales partners over the years has driven our global presence and growth forward," explains managing director, Mathias Bode.