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AMETEK Acquires EM Test

October 25, 2011
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AMETEK Inc. has acquired the parent company of EM Test (Switzerland) GmbH, a privately held manufacturer of electronic test and measurement equipment headquartered in Reinach, Switzerland for CHF 83 M ($93 M). EM Test is a global leader in equipment used to perform electrical immunity and electromagnetic compatibility testing. EM Test has expected annual sales of approximately CHF 37 M ($41 M).

“EM Test is an excellent addition to our test and measurement equipment business. It serves as a valuable platform for growth in the highly attractive market for electrical immunity testing and emissions measurement,” notes Frank S. Hermance, AMETEK Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

EM Test manufactures a full line of conducted electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) test equipment, including electrical fast transient generators, electrostatic discharge simulators, surge generators, waveform simulators and multifunctional generators. Its products are used in test applications by a wide range of industries to ensure that electronic and electrical products are not susceptible to external electromagnetic disturbances and do not generate electromagnetic disturbances that might affect other products or instruments.

EM Test joins AMETEK as part of the Programmable Power division of its Electronic Instruments Group (EIG) -- a recognized leader in advanced monitoring, testing, calibrating, and display instruments. AMETEK EIG sells its instruments to the process and analytical, aerospace, power, and industrial markets worldwide and had 2010 sales of $1.3 B.


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