Measurement, Communications & Testing, a division of AMETEK, Inc, provides the design, integration and installation of critical communication systems, workflow, life-safety solutions and calibration instruments for temperature, pressure and process control.
It also is a leader in level measurement devices, continuous position sensors, hardness testers, force measurement devices and retractable cord reels. In addition, it offers a line of weathering test instrumentation along with laboratory and outdoor testing services.
AMETEK is a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of approximately $5 billion. Our businesses serve a diverse set of niche markets and applications, each with attractive growth characteristics.
AMETEK consists of two operating groups, both with highly-differentiated technology and leading positions in niche markets:
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