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Advanced Micro Instruments, Inc.

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18269 Gothard St
Huntington Beah, CA 92648
About Advanced Micro Instruments, Inc.
  • Advanced Micro Instruments, Inc. was founded in 1995. At first its focus was purely on oxygen analysis, but over the years has broadened its range to include hydrogen sulfide.

    AMI has always felt that in order to compete effectively, a company has to provide the best product at the best price, with the best delivery and the best customer service, and then with the best after-sales support in the industry.

    AMI products are engineered as elegant, integrated designs. A comparison between an AMI analyzer and that of a competitor is usually pretty eye-opening. The AMI unit has everything integrated into its design, with no off-the-shelf components and labor-intensive plumbing manually assembled. Many AMI analyzers use the AMI-patented “Cell block” and sensor designs. All options are included, with no added costs for such features as isolated outputs or ModBus connectivity. All this effort pays off in better performance, lower up-front costs, and greater long-term reliability together with much greater ease of service.
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