AMETEK PROCESS INSTRUMENTS AT A GLANCE

At AMETEK Process Instruments, we focus our experience on designing new, innovative analyzers that help our customers achieve higher levels of productivity and quality. We do this by seeking out ways to overcome the limitations of current methods of process monitoring, control, and quality assurance. It is through this focus that we have created some of the most unique and capable technologies in the world. AMETEK Process Instruments is a worldwide manufacturer of process analyzers and instrumentation. A Business Unit of the Process & Analytical Instruments division of AMETEK, Inc., we are part of a global corporation with 2016 sales of $4 billion (USD) and over 15,000 employees.

RECENT NEWS

  • ProMaxion Special Announcement

    Pittsburgh, PA - AMETEK Process Instruments has successfully demonstrated the effectiveness of the ProMaxion process mass spectrometer in meeting new EPA regulations for all flare gas systems.

  • AGSMC 2016 Session Highlight

    Pittsburgh, PA – AMETEK Process Instruments presented a hands on workshop at the Appalachian Gas Measurement Short Course (AGMSC). The AGMSC is an annual conference providing an opportunity for anyone associated with Gas Measurements to learn from industry vendors in lectures and hand-on classes.

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT


THE WDG-V Combustion Analyzer now certified for Zone 1 Hazardous Locations
The Thermox® WDG-V combustion analyzer from AMETEK Process Instruments has been third-party certified for Zone 1 hazardous locations, allowing the unit to operate in areas in which hazardous vapors and gases will continuously be present.



FlarePro for a Fast Accurate Determination of Flare Gas Heat Values
The upcoming changes in the EPA flare stack combustion rules are driving a fast and accurate BTU content measurement even when confronted with a wildly changing flare gas stream. The AMETEK FlarePro process mass spectrometer has the speed and specificity to calculate the appropriate amount of make-up gas for complete combustion. This calculation can be obtained in less than 10 seconds, more than 10 times faster than chromatography.