Optional process control instrumentation is available.
What does CI stand for?
CI stands for Control Instrumentation
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We have 83 other meanings of CI in our Acronym Attic
- Continuous Improvement (business quality/productivity assurance)
- Continuous Infusion
- Continuous Integration
- Continuous Interlock
- Contour Interval
- Contract Investigator
- Contract Item
- Contrast Irradiance
- Control Indicator
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About Davis Inotek: Founded in 1912, Davis Inotek is a world leader in distribution and calibration of test, measurement and control instrumentation.
Benthos has applied acoustic and other sensor technologies to quality control instrumentation used in the food, beverage and pharmaceutical markets, which are also important markets to Teledyne.
MTS is a global supplier of computer-based testing and simulation systems for determining the mechanical behavior of materials, products, and structures, and measurement and control instrumentation products for the automation of the manufacturing processes.
As part of a complete solutions package, the alliance also includes comprehensive plant instrumentation and performance studies by Emerson's Performance Solutions division as well as control instrumentation and related products from a number of Emerson's Fisher-Rosemount companies.
Monitek manufactures a wide range of environmental and process control instrumentation to monitor and analyze fluids of all types.
We continue to provide leading edge power control instrumentation to clients worldwide while identifying and maximizing new opportunities to apply our capabilities in fields related to our core strengths," Sarkar remarked.
Prior to joining the company, Orza was associated for 19 years with ITT Barton, a manufacturer of measurement and control instrumentation products and services, most recently as Director of Marketing, Oil & Gas.