In-Cell Titrations Make Real-Time Field Analysis Possible

The Ultrameter III 9P is based on the tried and tested design of the Ultrameter II 6P and measures conductivity, resistivity, TDS, pH, ORP, free chlorine and temperature quickly and accurately. The 9P also features new parameters that allow the user to perform titrations in the field. The Myron L Co. has developed a unique method of performing alkalinity, hardness and LSI titrations that makes field monitoring fast and feasible.

How does it work?

Using LSI to Preserve Distribution Systems in Toilet to Tap

The first thing anyone who manages water and wastewater learns is that water is the universal solvent. Because of the unique properties of that dihydrogen monoxide molecule, owing to the extreme electronegativity of the oxygen atom, water is highly polarized and dissolves almost everything it comes into contact with. This fact is important when you have to maintain equipment and structures that process and distribute water because what the water has dissolved in it can cause it to be corrosive or scaling.

High Efficiency in a Large-Scale Power Plant Using the Ultrameter II

Deborah Walker, an operation and maintenance technician and plant chemistry technician in manufacturing and energy production has been managing water quality in industrial processes for more than 18 years.

Managing Water Balance

Using LSI to preserve an Arizona treatment plant's distribution systemsThe first thing anyone who manages water and wastewater learns is that water is the universal solvent. Because of the unique properties of that dihydrogen monoxide molecule, owing to the extreme electronegativity of the oxygen atom, water is highly polarized and dissolves almost everything with which it comes into contact. This fact is important when one has to maintain equipment and structures that process and distribute water because what the water has dissolved in it can cause it to be corrosive or scaling.