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AMETEK, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annualized sales of more than $4.5 billion. AMETEK has 17,000 colleagues at more than 150 operating locations, and a global network of sales, service and support locations in 30 countries around the world.

AMETEK consists of two operating groups:

Electronic Instruments - a leader in the design and manufacture of advanced instruments for the aerospace, power, process and industrial markets.

Electromechanical - a differentiated supplier of electrical interconnects, precision motion control solutions, specialty metals, thermal management systems, and floor care and specialty motors.

AMETEK's Corporate Growth Plan is founded on four key strategies: Operational Excellence, Strategic Acquisitions, Global & Market Expansion, and New Products. Its objectives are double-digit annual percentage growth in earnings per share and a superior return on total capital.

AMETEK has been publicly traded on the NYSE since 1930 and is a component of the S&P 500.

Products and services

Oil Gas: Complete line of process analyzers, fuel analyzers, sample conditioning and heated and jacketed tubing for refineries and labs. AMETEK offers a full array of subsea and topside flow, level, pressure and temperature measurement and calibration instruments. 

Also offering upstream well completion, midstream and downstream oil and gas production products, as well as control room instruments, power supplies and UPS systems.

Industrial: Leader in industrial battery chargers and UPS systems, factory automation and machine positioning. Instruments for food service, restaurant kitchen timers and industrial air filtration.

Heated and jacketed tubing, sample conditioning systems, cry coolers and pressure and temperature instrumentation. Industrial Quality Control and monitoring instruments, switches, solenoids, connectors and specialty metals.

Material Analysis Solutions,General Instruments and Equipment, Nuclear Instruments, Process Analyzers, Test, Measurement and Calibration


Consistometers are designed to test a cement's thickening time under a variety of downhole conditions in compliance with API standards. Single and dual-cell models are available

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Dualstream Subsea

These may include measuring gas rates to allocation standard, accurately detecting low levels of water for hydrate mitigation, or simply optimizing production recovery from marginal fields.
Subsea Experience
Dual stream meters have been implemented in shallow and deep water water applications in up to 10,000ft (3000m) water. The first subsea Dualstream meter was installed in 1994.

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The new SPECTRO ARCOS ICP-OES analyzer represents a new pinnacle of productivity and performance for inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometers

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Office 2004, Jumeriah Bay X2 Tower, X Cluster Jumeriah Lake Towers,

Phone: +971 455 87701
Internet: www.ametek.com
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Contact person

Mufaddal E Dhorajiwala
Business Development Manager
Phone: +971 561 208551
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News & Innovations

Creaform Launches the CUBE-R, the Fastest and Truly Accurate Turnkey 3D Scanning Coordinate Measuring Machine for At-Line Inspection

The CUBE-R™ extends the 3D digitizing and inspection capabilities of the MetraSCAN 3D™ for the dimensional measurement of parts ranging from 1 m to 3 m with metrology-grade volumetric accuracy in real-life shop-floor conditions. Unlike conventional systems, the CUBE-R delivers both speed and volumetric accuracy. In addition, it ensures a significant increase in productivity. The CUBE-R offers a realistic and comprehensive alternative to coordinate measuring machines (CMM) and other robot-mounted, structured-light 3D scanners.

Key features and benefits

  • High productivity: Performs effective inspections on several hundred parts a day (even on dark or reflective parts with complex geometry)

  • Multitasking: Maximizes production cycle and throughput by offering a simultaneous operation of data acquisition and analysis in a continuous and uninterrupted measurement flow.

    Automatic field calibration procedure: No accuracy drift over time and continuous operation.

    Minimum operator training: Easy-to-use and short learning curve to keep up with fast production pace
    Complete turnkey solution: No integration required, fully enclosed and shop-floor ready.

    Smaller factory footprint: A complete 4.1 m x 4.1 m x 3.1 m turnkey solution with a flexible shop-floor configuration

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New White Paper Discusses High-Precision Elemental Analysis of Small Parts for Aerospace and Automotive Applications

Small parts present a challenge for quality control (QC) and production managers of metalworking manufacturers — particularly those in aerospace and automotive applications that demand tight QC at every step of the supply chain.

“High-Precision Analysis of Small Parts for Aerospace and Automotive Applications” surveys the benefits and drawbacks of existing QC approaches and examines the advantages offered by new generations of analyzers. It is a guide for assisting managers in determining the best analytical solution for their small-parts testing requirements. Content topics include analytical challenges, conventional analysis methods, sample positioning, calibration and standards, and selecting a small-parts metal analyzer.

The paper is immediately available for download at http://bit.ly/2BerPAF.

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AMETEK Process Instruments, a leader in on-line analytical instrumentation, offers powder manufacturers across a variety of industries a system for continuous, real-time monitoring and control of the powder drying process, whether it is aqueous- or solvent-based.

For years, drug manufacturers have relied on AMETEK ProMaxion mass spectrometers to monitor their pharmaceutical solvent drying processes. Better suited for aqueous-based systems is AMETEK’s 5100 analyzer, which utilizes advanced tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopic technology to quickly and accurately measure water vapor concentrations during the drying process

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