To support its broad line of industry-leading products, AMETEK Power Instruments operates an extensive sales and service network with locations in key regions of the world such as the US, UK and Asia.
On-site training programs are continuously provided to offer hands-on experience with products, their operation, and maintenance. This training ensures the most effective use of AMETEK products.
Electric power generation is a major market segment for AMETEK Power Instruments. We are a leader in advanced engine sensors and monitoring systems for gas turbines used in electric power generation. AMETEK is also a long-time supplier of temperature, speed, cable harness, and flame sensor products used by the electric and nuclear power industries.
AMETEK Power Instruments designs and manufactures a full line of power and process-monitoring equipment. A growing array of instruments used to measure, monitor, and record variables in the transmission and distribution of electric power are offered through our family of products. In addition, AMETEK has the industry's most extensive line of control room annunciators, event monitors, and graphic displays.
AMETEK Power Instruments is a leader in the development and manufacturing of sensor systems for boilers and burners used by the utility, petrochemical, process, and marine industries worldwide.
AMETEK Power Instruments' transducers and transmitters are used in oil, gas, and petrochemical production and distribution to operate reliably under harsh and extreme conditions. AMETEK also offers a full line of flame sensors for a wide range of industrial applications as well as custom-engineered electrical thermocouples and fiber-optic cable assemblies.
The Hiden LAS provides leak analysis of sealed packages.
Lightweight, recycled thermoset-plastic fillers produced and supplied by Composition Materials are made from 100% recycled materials.
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