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Paoli, PA, February 27, 2007 – AMETEK Inc. unveils the latest additions to its analytical instruments business at the 2007 Pittsburgh Conference underway at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago.
Among the products introduced are:
- EDAX Apollo Series SDD and the Hikari high-speed EBSD that represent the latest advancements in X-ray microanalysis and electron diffraction instrumentation (Click here for a hi-res image of the EDAX Apollo SDD) (Click here for a hi-res image of the Hikari EBSD detector)
- SPECTRO ARCOS ICP Optical Emission Spectrometer for ultra-trace analysis of metals and organic materials and SPECTRO iQII X-ray fluorescence analyzer for solids, powders and liquids (Click here for a hi-res image of the ARCOS ICP OES) (Click here for a hi-res image of the SPECTRO iQII)
- JOFRA™ ATC-125 Ultra Cooler, the first dry block calibrator with a temperature range of -90oC to 125oC and JOFRA DPC-500 high-accuracy handheld pressure calibrator (Click here for a hi-res image of the JOFRA ATC-125 Ultra Cooler) (Click here for a hi-res image of the DPC-500 pressure calibrator)
- Model IPS-4 Integrated Process Spectrophotometer with non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) platform and integrated sampling system designed for demanding industrial environments (Click here for a hi-res image of the Model IPS-4)
- Grabner® Instruments MINIVIS 445 portable micro-viscometer for fuels and other liquids and MINIFLASH Series of advanced flash-point testers. (Click here for a hi-res image of the MINIVIS 445 micro-viscometer) (Click here for a hi-res image of the MINIFLASH flash-point tester)
Measurement and Calibration Technologies Division
AMETEK also announced the formation of a new Measurement and Calibration Technologies Division, which combines its Sensor Technology, U.S. Gauge, and Test & Calibration Instruments divisions into a single division with annual sales of approximately $135 million.
"The combined division allows us to better leverage our manufacturing, engineering and distribution capabilities and improve our overall competitive position," comments David A. Zapico, President, AMETEK Electronic Instruments Group. "It also provides us with a broader view of the marketplace, affording us greater opportunities to serve our customers and to growth through acquisition and product development.
The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (Pittcon) is among the world’s leading conferences and expositions on instrumentation, technical programs and courses.
AMETEK, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of more than $1.8 billion. Its Electronic Instruments Group is a recognized leader in a wide range of analytical and process instruments with 2006 sales of more than $1 billion.
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