For over 50 years, the Myron L Company has worked relentlessly to produce quality tools you can depend on. Some of our instruments have been in continuous use since they were manufactured – more than 45 years ago. That’s why professionals around the world trust us to deliver the results they need in diverse, demanding water quality applications.
We are proud to offer innovative new technologies that add new levels of performance and convenience to our existing line of water quality instrumentation:
ULTRAPEN™ PT1 is Myron L’s groundbreaking new Conductivity/TDS/Salinity tester. The PT1 pen features the accuracy and stability of benchtop lab equipment with the convenience of a pen. Constructed of durable aircraft aluminum, this pen is fully potted for extra protection with an easy to read LCD and one-button functions. Unlike any other instrument in its class, the PT1 allows the user to select from 3 of the most commonly used solution standards: KCl, NaCl, and Myron L’s 442 proprietary standard for Natural Water™. The PT1 is an indispensable instrument in the water quality professional’s toolkit.
Ultrameter III 9P Titration Kit is Myron L’s innovative new solution to comprehensive water quality testing in the field. Based on the tried and tested design of the Ultrameter II, the 9P features fast, one-touch measurements for conductivity, resistivity, TDS, ORP, free chlorine, pH and temperature. Derived from standard methods, the 9P adds the unique ability to perform in-cell conductometric titrations for alkalinity, hardness and LSI — making fast field analysis of these parameters possible. A convenient LSI calculator determines the effects of water balance adjustments on the spot. Data logging and Bluetooth® capabilities reduce the potential for human error and allow seamless integration with record-keeping applications.
Ultrameter II 6Pfc is our latest model in our popular Ultrameter II line. The 6Pfc features the same stability and accuracy of the 6P in conductivity, resistivity, TDS, pH, ORP and temperature measurements but with enhanced free chlorine readings developed through extensive bench testing at the Myron L Company. With this new feature, the 6Pfc is able to measure a dynamic range of sanitizer concentrations that is wider than the range of a colorimentric test kit. Results are easy to read, digital, numerical and require no interpretation by the user, making the 6Pfc the ideal instrument for turbid or colored solutions. No additional chemicals or reagents are required.