AMETEK Sensors, Test & Calibration (STC) is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of level, pressure and position measurement devices.
Among the brands we manufacture are:
Drexelbrook : Level measurement sensors, level switches and control relays for ultrasonic, magnetostrictive and radar level measurement.
Gemco : Linear and rotary position sensors, programmable limit switches, industrial brakes and more that helps automate today’s sophisticated machinery.
Catrac : Heavy duty cable and hose carriers for protection of cables and hoses that convey power, electricity, air, or fluid while the equipment is in motion.
B/W Controls : Level sensors for point and continuous liquid level control.
Drexelbrook, Gemco, Catrac and B/W Controls are considered some of the world’s leading brands for measurement instruments.
Customers across the globe have been relying on our products for over 60 years to meet the most stringent application requirements. Supplying over 3 million individual products annually worldwide, we continue to be the go-to choice in quality instrumentation.
We can offer standard or customized solutions to fit almost all applications – just ask our experts.
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