Archive for June, 2011

Myron L Meters Thanks Filters For Tap!

Posted by 23 Jun, 2011

Tweet Myron L Ultrapen PT1 Filters for Tap is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC.     Our objective at Filters for Tap is to provide outstanding products that address the water quality concerns we have at home and work.  Since no two samples of water are the same, we strive to be knowledgeable and professional […]

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Myron L Ultrapen PT1

Filters for Tap is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC.     Our objective at Filters for Tap is to provide outstanding products that address the water quality concerns we have at home and work.  Since no two samples of water are the same, we strive to be knowledgeable and professional in the services we offer.  In addition to providing a quality product, our products must meet an environmental friendly review that evaluates the overall life of the product’s impact on the environment

 We like the idea of a cradle-to-cradle product and hope to implement a service component into our business model by the year 2015 that will provide end-of-life recycling to our products.  Find out more about this fine company at http://filtersfortap.com/.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Filters for Tap, proud owners of a mew Myron L Ultrapen PT1.

There’s always more at MyronLMeters.com.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Filters For Tap!

Posted by 23 Jun, 2011

Tweet   Myron L Ultrapen PT1   Filters for Tap is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC.      Our objective at Filters for Tap is to provide outstanding products that address the water quality concerns we have at home and work.  Since no two samples of water are the same, we strive to be […]

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Myron L Ultrapen PT1

 

Filters for Tap is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC.    

 Our objective at Filters for Tap is to provide outstanding products that address the water quality concerns we have at home and work.  Since no two samples of water are the same, we strive to be knowledgeable and professional in the services we offer.  In addition to providing a quality product, our products must meet an environmental friendly review that evaluates the overall life of the product’s impact on the environment

 We like the idea of a cradle-to-cradle product and hope to implement a service component into our business model by the year 2015 that will provide end-of-life recycling to our products.  Find out more about this fine company at http://filtersfortap.com/.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Filters for Tap, proud owners of a mew Myron L Ultrapen PT1.

There’s always more at MyronLMeters.com.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Live Oak Brewing!

Posted by 22 Jun, 2011

Tweet History Live Oak Brewing Company is truly a home-grown Austin enterprise. Two of Austin’s own homebrewers, Chip McElroy and Brian Peters, literally hand-built the brewery and were the two main brewers, keg washers, delivery persons, and proselytizers. Live Oak has grown since then, but we are still just as passionate about providing delicious old-world […]

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History

Live Oak Brewing Company is truly a home-grown Austin enterprise. Two of Austin’s own homebrewers, Chip McElroy and Brian Peters, literally hand-built the brewery and were the two main brewers, keg washers, delivery persons, and proselytizers. Live Oak has grown since then, but we are still just as passionate about providing delicious old-world style beers that are rarely commercially available. Our special beers are brewed in limited quantities in a small east Austin brewery and are available in fine pubs and restaurants in Alpine, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Marathon, New Braunfels, Plano, San Antonio, San Marcos, Waco and Wimberley.

Live Oak employs an old-world style of brewing rarely found in America today but practiced extensively throughout Germany and the Czech Republic. A decoction mash, open fermentation, and secondary lagering are essential to duplicate the rich maltiness and unique flavors of central European beers. The results are yours to enjoy.

If you are interested in hearing more of the touching tale of blood, sweat, and beer or if you are just a glutton for endless hours of beer related minutiae, email the brewery for more information.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with this fine brewery, and is hoping for samples.

There’s always more at MyronLMeters.com.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Live Oak Brewing!

Posted by 22 Jun, 2011

Tweet History Live Oak Brewing Company is truly a home-grown Austin enterprise. Two of Austin’s own homebrewers, Chip McElroy and Brian Peters, literally hand-built the brewery and were the two main brewers, keg washers, delivery persons, and proselytizers. Live Oak has grown since then, but we are still just as passionate about providing delicious old-world […]

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History

Live Oak Brewing Company is truly a home-grown Austin enterprise. Two of Austin’s own homebrewers, Chip McElroy and Brian Peters, literally hand-built the brewery and were the two main brewers, keg washers, delivery persons, and proselytizers. Live Oak has grown since then, but we are still just as passionate about providing delicious old-world style beers that are rarely commercially available. Our special beers are brewed in limited quantities in a small east Austin brewery and are available in fine pubs and restaurants in Alpine, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Marathon, New Braunfels, Plano, San Antonio, San Marcos, Waco and Wimberley.

Live Oak employs an old-world style of brewing rarely found in America today but practiced extensively throughout Germany and the Czech Republic. A decoction mash, open fermentation, and secondary lagering are essential to duplicate the rich maltiness and unique flavors of central European beers. The results are yours to enjoy.

If you are interested in hearing more of the touching tale of blood, sweat, and beer or if you are just a glutton for endless hours of beer related minutiae, email the brewery for more information.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with this fine brewery, and is hoping for samples.

There’s always more at MyronLMeters.com.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Trico Web Printing!

Posted by 21 Jun, 2011

Tweet Myron L Meters thanks Trico Web Printing of Carlstadt, New Jersey, proud owners of a new Myron L DS METERConductivity / TDS for Professionals  ApplicationsBoilers & cooling towersDeionizationReverse osmosisChemical concentrationsPrinting fountain solutionsSwimming pools & spasWater pollution controlWastewaterAnd much moreFeaturesInstant and accurate TDS testsElectronic Internal Standard for easy field calibrationFast Auto Temperature CompensationRugged design for […]

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Myron L Meters thanks Trico Web Printing of Carlstadt, New Jersey, proud owners of a new Myron L

DS METERConductivity / TDS for Professionals 

Applications
Boilers & cooling towers
Deionization
Reverse osmosis
Chemical concentrations
Printing fountain solutions
Swimming pools & spas
Water pollution control
Wastewater
And much moreFeatures
Instant and accurate TDS tests
Electronic Internal Standard for easy field calibration
Fast Auto Temperature Compensation
Rugged design for years of trouble-free testing
Simple to use 

Readings You Can Count OnNo water supply is completely pure. Every industrial, commercial, or natural source contains dissolved solids or salts. These impurities contribute to scale, corrosion, poor taste, and environmental pollution that endanger animal and plant life.

Myron L Company has two proven ways to measure such impurities. Our DS Meters provide fast, accurate, on-the-spot measurements of total dissolved solids (TDS) or conductivity. Readings from their highly stable circuitry help assure product quality, prevent equipment damage and verify in-line instrumentation in a wide range of applications, some of which are listed above.Unique Field-Tested Design

Our unique, durable, field-tested design has evolved over more than 40 years, making Myron L instruments among the most reliable and popular of their kind in the world. They’re lightweight and compact, yet Myron L’s DS Meters are also tough, with rugged, taut-band meter movements. Put our meters to the test. Even after years of rough field service, they’ll surpass your expectations of accuracy, reliability and simplicity.Accurate readings in three easy steps 

Features
  • DS Meter, Model 512T5
  • Instrument Operation Manual
  • Certificate of Compliance
  • 9-volt battery included

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Trico Web Printing.

There’s always more at Myron L Meters’s Facebook page!

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Myron L Meters Thanks Trico Web Printing!

Posted by 21 Jun, 2011

Tweet Myron L Meters thanks Trico Web Printing of Carlstadt, New Jersey, proud owners of a new Myron L DS METER Conductivity / TDS for Professionals  ApplicationsBoilers & cooling towersDeionizationReverse osmosisChemical concentrationsPrinting fountain solutionsSwimming pools & spasWater pollution controlWastewaterAnd much more FeaturesInstant and accurate TDS testsElectronic Internal Standard for easy field calibrationFast Auto Temperature CompensationRugged […]

Ah-ds-512m10-1

Myron L Meters thanks Trico Web Printing of Carlstadt, New Jersey, proud owners of a new Myron L

DS METER

Conductivity / TDS for Professionals 

Applications
Boilers & cooling towers
Deionization
Reverse osmosis
Chemical concentrations
Printing fountain solutions
Swimming pools & spas
Water pollution control
Wastewater
And much more

Features
Instant and accurate TDS tests
Electronic Internal Standard for easy field calibration
Fast Auto Temperature Compensation
Rugged design for years of trouble-free testing
Simple to use 

Readings You Can Count On

No water supply is completely pure. Every industrial, commercial, or natural source contains dissolved solids or salts. These impurities contribute to scale, corrosion, poor taste, and environmental pollution that endanger animal and plant life.

Myron L Company has two proven ways to measure such impurities. Our DS Meters provide fast, accurate, on-the-spot measurements of total dissolved solids (TDS) or conductivity. Readings from their highly stable circuitry help assure product quality, prevent equipment damage and verify in-line instrumentation in a wide range of applications, some of which are listed above.

Unique Field-Tested Design

Our unique, durable, field-tested design has evolved over more than 40 years, making Myron L instruments among the most reliable and popular of their kind in the world. They’re lightweight and compact, yet Myron L’s DS Meters are also tough, with rugged, taut-band meter movements. Put our meters to the test. Even after years of rough field service, they’ll surpass your expectations of accuracy, reliability and simplicity.

Accurate readings in three easy steps 

Features
  • DS Meter, Model 512T5
  • Instrument Operation Manual
  • Certificate of Compliance
  • 9-volt battery included

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Trico Web Printing.

There’s always more at Myron L Meters’s Facebook page!

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No Surprise…

Posted by 20 Jun, 2011

Tweet No surprise, our two biggest sellers lately are our two latest Myron L products: Ultrameter III – 9PTK Measures 9 Parameters: Conductivity, Resistivity, TDS, Alkalinity, Hardness, LSI, pH, ORP/Free Chlorine, TemperatureLSI Calculator f or hypothetical water balance calculationsWireless data transfer capability with bluDock optionAuto-ranging delivers increased resolution across diverse applicationsAdjustable Temperature Compensation and Cond/TDS […]

Scientist

No surprise, our two biggest sellers lately are our two latest Myron L products:

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Ultrameter III – 9PTK


Measures 9 Parameters: Conductivity, Resistivity, TDS, Alkalinity, Hardness, LSI, pH, ORP/Free Chlorine, Temperature
LSI Calculator f
or hypothetical water balance calculations
Wireless data transfer capability with bluDock option
Auto-ranging delivers increased resolution across diverse applications
Adjustable Temperature Compensation and Cond/TDS conversion ratios for user-defined solutions
Nonvolatile memory of up to 100 read
ings for stored data protection
Date & time stamp makes record-keeping easy
pH calibration prompts alert you when maintenance is required
Auto-off minimizes energy consumption
Low battery indicator
(Includes instrument with case and solutions)

 

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ULTRAPEN PT1 Conductivity – TDS – Salinity Pen

Accuracy of +/-1% of READING (+/-.2% at Calibration Point)
Reliable Repeatable Results
Solution modes: KCl, NaCl and 442
Automatic Temperature Compensation
Autoranging
Durable, Fully Potted Circuitry
Waterproof
Save 10% on the products here: http://www.myronlmeters.com/Default.asp

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Myron L Meters Thanks The Dingley Press!

Posted by 20 Jun, 2011

Tweet Our History The Dingley Press began more than 80 years ago in the Lewiston-Auburn area in southern Maine. Soon after that, it moved to Portland, and then to Freeport, when a long term relationship developed with L.L. Bean. From 1940 to 1972, The Dingley Press was a tenant of L.L. Bean, occupying the ground […]

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Our History

The Dingley Press began more than 80 years ago in the Lewiston-Auburn area in southern Maine. Soon after that, it moved to Portland, and then to Freeport, when a long term relationship developed with L.L. Bean.

From 1940 to 1972, The Dingley Press was a tenant of L.L. Bean, occupying the ground floor of the L.L. Bean retail store building and printing catalogs by sheetfed letterpress. New printing methods came along, allowing The Dingley Press to advance from rotary letterpress, to sheetfed offset, and ultimately to web offset, with the move to a new facility in Freeport in 1972.

The Dingley Press grew throughout the 1970s due in large part to L.L. Bean, which experienced dramatic growth during this time. The Dingley Press staff increased from 18 employees in 1972 to over 70 in 1981. At that time, L.L. Bean decided to change its catalog printing process to rotogravure, which eliminated The Dingley Press from eligibility as a vendor. The L.L. Bean account was over 90% of the company’s volume when the contract ended in the spring of 1981, forcing Dingley employees to rethink and rebuild to stay alive. Chris Pierce, who has been with The Dingley Press since 1972, purchased the company at this time. Under Mr. Pierce’s leadership, the company grew from $300,000 in annual sales and 30 employees, to over $100 million in annual sales and over 500 employees. In the end it was the hard work of dedicated employees, an unwavering commitment to our customers, a positive attitude, and a little luck, that allowed Dingley to persevere.

In the years since, The Dingley Press moved into a new plant in Lisbon,  continuing to support existing accounts while developing new ones in an extremely competitive market. In May 2004, The Dingley Press was purchased by The Sheridan Group. The Dingley Press remains the same flexible, independent business it has always been, but now with the support of a much larger company. Chris Pierce serves at The Dingley Press as Chairman and is actively involved in managing the sales team. The Dingley Press is now currently ranked as the 5th largest catalog printer in the nation.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with The Dingley Press.

There’s always more at MyronLMeters.com.

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No Surprise…

Posted by 20 Jun, 2011

Tweet No surprise, our two biggest sellers lately are our two latest Myron L products: Ultrameter III – 9PTK Measures 9 Parameters: Conductivity, Resistivity, TDS, Alkalinity, Hardness, LSI, pH, ORP/Free Chlorine, TemperatureLSI Calculator f or hypothetical water balance calculationsWireless data transfer capability with bluDock optionAuto-ranging delivers increased resolution across diverse applicationsAdjustable Temperature Compensation and Cond/TDS […]

Scientist

No surprise, our two biggest sellers lately are our two latest Myron L products:

Ultrameter_iii_9p_water_test_meter

Ultrameter III – 9PTK

Measures 9 Parameters: Conductivity, Resistivity, TDS, Alkalinity, Hardness, LSI, pH, ORP/Free Chlorine, Temperature
LSI Calculator f
or hypothetical water balance calculations
Wireless data transfer capability with bluDock option
Auto-ranging delivers increased resolution across diverse applications
Adjustable Temperature Compensation and Cond/TDS conversion ratios for user-defined solutions
Nonvolatile memory of up to 100 read
ings for stored data protection
Date & time stamp makes record-keeping easy
pH calibration prompts alert you when maintenance is required
Auto-off minimizes energy consumption
Low battery indicator
(Includes instrument with case and solutions)

 

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ULTRAPEN PT1 Conductivity – TDS – Salinity Pen

Accuracy of +/-1% of READING (+/-.2% at Calibration Point)
Reliable Repeatable Results
Solution modes: KCl, NaCl and 442
Automatic Temperature Compensation
Autoranging
Durable, Fully Potted Circuitry
Waterproof

Save 10% on the products here: http://www.myronlmeters.com/Default.asp

Categories : Uncategorized

Myron L Meters Thanks The Dingley Press!

Posted by 20 Jun, 2011

Tweet Our History The Dingley Press began more than 80 years ago in the Lewiston-Auburn area in southern Maine. Soon after that, it moved to Portland, and then to Freeport, when a long term relationship developed with L.L. Bean. From 1940 to 1972, The Dingley Press was a tenant of L.L. Bean, occupying the ground […]

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Our History

The Dingley Press began more than 80 years ago in the Lewiston-Auburn area in southern Maine. Soon after that, it moved to Portland, and then to Freeport, when a long term relationship developed with L.L. Bean.

From 1940 to 1972, The Dingley Press was a tenant of L.L. Bean, occupying the ground floor of the L.L. Bean retail store building and printing catalogs by sheetfed letterpress. New printing methods came along, allowing The Dingley Press to advance from rotary letterpress, to sheetfed offset, and ultimately to web offset, with the move to a new facility in Freeport in 1972.

The Dingley Press grew throughout the 1970s due in large part to L.L. Bean, which experienced dramatic growth during this time. The Dingley Press staff increased from 18 employees in 1972 to over 70 in 1981. At that time, L.L. Bean decided to change its catalog printing process to rotogravure, which eliminated The Dingley Press from eligibility as a vendor. The L.L. Bean account was over 90% of the company’s volume when the contract ended in the spring of 1981, forcing Dingley employees to rethink and rebuild to stay alive. Chris Pierce, who has been with The Dingley Press since 1972, purchased the company at this time. Under Mr. Pierce’s leadership, the company grew from $300,000 in annual sales and 30 employees, to over $100 million in annual sales and over 500 employees. In the end it was the hard work of dedicated employees, an unwavering commitment to our customers, a positive attitude, and a little luck, that allowed Dingley to persevere.

In the years since, The Dingley Press moved into a new plant in Lisbon,  continuing to support existing accounts while developing new ones in an extremely competitive market. In May 2004, The Dingley Press was purchased by The Sheridan Group. The Dingley Press remains the same flexible, independent business it has always been, but now with the support of a much larger company. Chris Pierce serves at The Dingley Press as Chairman and is actively involved in managing the sales team. The Dingley Press is now currently ranked as the 5th largest catalog printer in the nation.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with The Dingley Press.

There’s always more at MyronLMeters.com.

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