iNRCORE, LLC, a family of brands supplying high reliability magnetics and other passive components, has acquired Sentran Corporation, a manufacturer of instrument transformers and transducers in support of energy conservation, monitoring and control markets.
Sentran will continue to operate as a wholly owned subsidiary with its existing leadership reporting directly to Andrew Abbott, General Manager, Custom Magnetics of iNRCORE. Sentran will retain its headquarters in Salem, Oregon.
“We are excited to add Sentran and their product lines to the iNRCORE family of brands. Sentran is a well-known name in the power and distribution market for its split core transformers. This addition will allow us to expand our offerings to existing customers and open up new opportunities for us as well. We are excited to have Bill and all of the Sentran employees join our team,” said Sarah Harris, CEO of iNRCORE.
“Sentran is looking forward to the continuing growth of our 30-year-old electromagnetic split and solid core transformer and sensor product line. We are pleased that iNRCORE has selected our product line, employees and vertically integrated manufacturing company to enhance their mission of supporting America’s energy and power grid,” said Bill Burwell, CEO of Sentran.
The acquisition, backed by iNRCORE majority owner The Jordan Company, comes on the heels of the prior acquisition of Vanguard Electronics, a manufacturer of both catalogue and custom magnetics for high reliability applications. Now the family also includes Gowanda Electronics, DYCO Electronics, HiSonic, TTE Filters, RCD Components and Bicron Electronics. TJC is a middle-market private equity firm founded in 1982 with a track record of investing in and contributing to the growth of many businesses across a wide range of industries.