With over 165 U.S. Patents awarded, Massa designs and manufactures sonar and ultrasonic products for use in ocean, air, and fluids. We are the eyes and ears for naval ships and submarines that protect the U.S. coastline with our undersea technologies. Founded by the man who pioneered the field of electroacoustics more than 70 years ago, Frank Massa, the company maintains family ownership and leadership. We are set apart by our abilities to solve problems in various fields and environments with our electroacoustical expertise – we can tailor our designs to fit customer needs when applicable. Massa is ISO 9001:2015 Certified.
2018 MTR 100 Awards
We are honored to be chosen for Marine Technology Reporter’s MTR 100 Awards for the second year in a row!
We are featured on Page 61 of Marine Technology Reporter’s MTR 100 issue. Read Article
Massa’s fascinating history in the field of electroacoustics is outlined in this article. Please contact us with any questions or comments.
Massa Wins Massachusetts Family Business of the Year Award!
Massa Products Corporation is honored to be awarded the 2018 Family Business of the Year Award from Northeastern University’s Center for Family Business! As a 3rd Generation Family Business with over 70 years of Innovation & Invention, we continue to transform new ideas into successful patents and products. We have, and are grateful for, many employees that help make this a reality, many of whom have spent the longevity of their careers at Massa.
Our new MassaSonic® PulStar® TTL Sensors are small, fast, IP68 rated transmitting modules with C1D1/UL hazardous location compatibility & advanced user control for sensing ranges from 8 inches (200mm) to 13 feet (4m).
MassaSonic® PulStar® Series Sensors are ruggedly designed transmitting modules that provide reliable continuous level or distance measurements of fluids, pastes or solid bulk materials for application ranges from 4 inches (100mm) to 20 feet (6m).
MassaSonic® FlatPack® Series Sensors are ideal for non-contact distance measurements in applications with uneven or turbulent surfaces and tight mounting situations, such as pipes. Detection ranges from 1 inch (25mm) to 13 feet (4m).