Taylor Technologies Inc.
Taylor Technologies, established in 1930 and ISO 9001:2008 certified, manufactures water testing supplies for the water treatment industry. Our products are accurate, easy to use, reasonably priced, and backed by superb technical support. Choose from preassembled kits or build your own testing arsenal in your selected carrying case. Offerings include inexpensive drop-count titrations (drop tests) and color-comparison tests as well as analyses performed with the TTi 3000 Colorimeter, a portable, microprocessor-controlled, direct-readout instrument that eliminates subjectivity in color matching. To view your testing choices, watch product demonstrations, or make a purchase, visit our website. Taylor products are made in the USA.

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31 Loveton Circle
Sparks, MD 21152
United States
Toll-free: 800-837-8548
Phone: 410-472-4340

Distributors

Lowry & Associates

5-1151 Gorham Street
Newmarket , Ontario L3Y 8Y1
Phone: 905-836-0505

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