New Ultrapen Resources: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 8 Apr, 2014

Tweet  New Ultrapen Resources New Ultrapen Resources YouTube, Myron L Meters Blog, and Product Pages At Myron L Meters, we’ve been busy lately updating our YouTube Channel to bring you the latest product overviews, calibration, care and maintenance, and product features videos. We’ve been keeping them short and focused because we know you’re busy. We’re […]

 

New Ultrapen Resources


New Ultrapen Resources

YouTube, Myron L Meters Blog, and Product Pages

At Myron L Meters, we’ve been busy lately updating our YouTube Channel to bring you the latest product overviews, calibration, care and maintenance, and product features videos. We’ve been keeping them short and focused because we know you’re busy. We’re creating similar blog posts so you will always have your choice of video instruction overview and handy print reference. Have suggestions for videos?  Would you like a branded video for your company? Let us know at MyronLMeters@gmail.com.

Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features.

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“The Ultrapen PT2 is compact, reliable, easy to use and so far seems very durable while riding in its carry case between measurements. I use it daily and it reliably delivers PH and temperature.”
Calibration of the Ultrapen PT3 ORP Pen
The factory recommends calibrating twice a month, depending on usage. However, you should check the calibration whenever measurements are not as expected.
NOTE: If the measurement is NOT within calibration limits for any reason, “Error” will display. Check to make sure you are using a proper ORP calibration solution. If the solution is correct, clean the sensor as described im the manual under Routine Maintenance. (Reconditioning the sensor should not be necessary due to the high ionic strength of the calibration solutions.) Restart calibration.
NOTE: Small bubbles trapped in the sensor may give a false calibration. After calibration is completed, measure the ORP calibration solution again to verify correct calibration. Remember, in measurement mode you must manually correct for temperature variance from 25ºC. Example: At 25ºC, ORP2602OZ calibration solution will read 260mV; however, at 20.0ºC ORP2602OZ will read 265mV.
NOTE: If at any point during calibration, you do not submerge the sensor in solution
before the flashing slows, allow the PT3 to turn off and start over.
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Reverse Osmosis: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 7 Apr, 2014

Tweet  Reverse Osmosis   RO Meter – RO-1: 0-1250 ppm with color band RO Meters The choice of professionals for years, this compact instrument has been designed specifically to demonstrate and test Point of Use (POU) reverse osmosis or distillation systems. By measuring electrical conductivity, it will quickly determine the parts per million/Total Dissolved Solids […]

 

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The choice of professionals for years, this compact instrument has been designed specifically to demonstrate and test Point of Use (POU) reverse osmosis or distillation systems. By measuring electrical conductivity, it will quickly determine the parts per million/Total Dissolved Solids (ppm/TDS) of any drinking water.
With a single ‘before and after’ test, this handy device effectively demonstrates how your RO or distillation system eliminates harmful dissolved solids. It will also service test systems, including membrane evaluation programs.Save $25.00 on the Ro-1 this month with coupon code: ROSave25

 

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Reverse osmosis biofouling

Introduction
Water desalination via reverse osmosis (RO) technology provides a solution to the world’s water shortage problem. Until now, the production of fresh water from seawater has reached 21-million cubic meter per day all around the world (Wangnick, 2005). However, the success of RO technology is subject to improvement as the technology is challenged by a biofouling problem –a problem related to biological material development which forms a sticky layer on the membrane surface (Flemming, 1997; Baker and Dudley, 1998).
Continuous biofouling problems in RO lead to higher energy input requirement as an effect of increased biofilm resistance (Rf) and biofilm enhanced osmotic pressure (BEOP), lower quality of product water due to concentration polarization (CP) – increased concentration due to solutes accumulation on the membrane surface, (Herzberg and Elimelech, 2007), and thus significant increase in both operating and maintenance costs.

Recent studies and objectives
Recent studies show the importance of the operating conditions (e.g. flux and cross flow velocities) in RO biofouling. The presence of feed channel spacers has also been getting more attention as it may have adverse effects. A previous study (Chong et al., 2008) without feed channel spacers showed that RO biofouling was a flux driven process where higher flux increased fouling rate.

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Reverse Osmosis: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 7 Apr, 2014

Tweet Reverse Osmosis   RO Meter – RO-1: 0-1250 ppm with color band RO Meters The choice of professionals for years, this compact instrument has been designed specifically to demonstrate and test Point of Use (POU) reverse osmosis or distillation systems. By measuring electrical conductivity, it will quickly determine the parts per million/Total Dissolved Solids […]



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RO Meter – RO-1: 0-1250 ppm with color band
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The choice of professionals for years, this compact instrument has been designed specifically to demonstrate and test Point of Use (POU) reverse osmosis or distillation systems. By measuring electrical conductivity, it will quickly determine the parts per million/Total Dissolved Solids (ppm/TDS) of any drinking water.
With a single ‘before and after’ test, this handy device effectively demonstrates how your RO or distillation system eliminates harmful dissolved solids. It will also service test systems, including membrane evaluation programs.Save $25.00 on the Ro-1 this month with coupon code: ROSave25

 

Ultrameter II – 6PIIConductivity, TDS, Salinity, pH, ORP, Temp Pens

Reverse osmosis biofouling

Introduction
Water desalination via reverse osmosis (RO) technology provides a solution to the world’s water shortage problem. Until now, the production of fresh water from seawater has reached 21-million cubic meter per day all around the world (Wangnick, 2005). However, the success of RO technology is subject to improvement as the technology is challenged by a biofouling problem –a problem related to biological material development which forms a sticky layer on the membrane surface (Flemming, 1997; Baker and Dudley, 1998).
Continuous biofouling problems in RO lead to higher energy input requirement as an effect of increased biofilm resistance (Rf) and biofilm enhanced osmotic pressure (BEOP), lower quality of product water due to concentration polarization (CP) – increased concentration due to solutes accumulation on the membrane surface, (Herzberg and Elimelech, 2007), and thus significant increase in both operating and maintenance costs.
Recent studies and objectives
Recent studies show the importance of the operating conditions (e.g. flux and cross flow velocities) in RO biofouling. The presence of feed channel spacers has also been getting more attention as it may have adverse effects. A previous study (Chong et al., 2008) without feed channel spacers showed that RO biofouling was a flux driven process where higher flux increased fouling rate.

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New FAQ Section: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 7 Apr, 2014

Tweet Myron L Meters Improved FAQ FAQ pages should be a simple, and quick, way to share answers to common questions held by visitors and customers. A good FAQ page should always be helpful to us and our customers. Our new FAQ section will feature straightforward answers, organized video links, links to blog posts, and […]

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FAQ pages should be a simple, and quick, way to share answers to common questions held by visitors and customers. A good FAQ page should always be helpful to us and our customers.

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Posted by 7 Apr, 2014

Tweet Myron L Meters Improved FAQ FAQ pages should be a simple, and quick, way to share answers to common questions held by visitors and customers. A good FAQ page should always be helpful to us and our customers.Our new FAQ section will feature straightforward answers, organized video links, links to blog posts, and site […]




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FAQ pages should be a simple, and quick, way to share answers to common questions held by visitors and customers. A good FAQ page should always be helpful to us and our customers.

Our new FAQ section will feature straightforward answers, organized video links, links to blog posts, and site links to manuals and reference material.We’ll feature helpful how-to videos like the ones below.

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Where You Can Find Myron L Meters: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 7 Apr, 2014

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Ultrapen PT2 Product Review – Myron L Meters

Posted by 6 Apr, 2014

TweetUltrapen PT2 product review. Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features.Order the Ultrapen PT2 here: http://www.myronlmeters.com/Myron-L-PT2-Ultrapen-Multiparameter-pH-temperature-p/dh-up-pt2-ss.htm

Ultrapen PT2 product review. Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features.

Order the Ultrapen PT2 here: http://www.myronlmeters.com/Myron-L-PT2-Ultrapen-Multiparameter-pH-temperature-p/dh-up-pt2-ss.htm

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Ultrapen PT2 Product Review – Myron L Meters

Posted by 5 Apr, 2014

TweetUltrapen PT2 product review. Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features. Order the Ultrapen PT2 here: http://www.myronlmeters.com/Myron-L-PT2-Ultrapen-Multiparameter-pH-temperature-p/dh-up-pt2-ss.htm


Ultrapen PT2 product review. Myron L Meters presents a review of the Ultrapen PT2 that measures pH. In this video, we cover the steps for measuring pH, changing the temperature setting, changing the pH measurement mode, and overall features.

Order the Ultrapen PT2 here: http://www.myronlmeters.com/Myron-L-PT2-Ultrapen-Multiparameter-pH-temperature-p/dh-up-pt2-ss.htm

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Ultrapen PT4 Free Chlorine Pen Maintenance: MyronLMeters.com

Posted by 4 Apr, 2014

Tweet how to maintain and clean free chlorine sensor for the ultrapen pt4 Ultrapen PT4 Free Chlorine Pen MAINTENANCEI. Routine Maintenance1. ALWAYS rinse the FCE sensor with clean water after each use.2. ALWAYS replace the soaker cap half filled with Sensor Storage Solution to prevent thesensor from drying out after each use.3. Do not drop, […]

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Ultrapen PT4 Free Chlorine Pen

MAINTENANCEI. Routine Maintenance1. ALWAYS rinse the FCE sensor with clean water after each use.2. ALWAYS replace the soaker cap half filled with Sensor Storage Solution to prevent thesensor from drying out after each use.3. Do not drop, throw, or otherwise strike the PT4. This voids the warranty.4. Do not store the PT4 in a location where the ambient temperatures exceed its specified Operating/Storage Temperature limits.

II. Battery Replacement The PT4 display has a battery indicator that depicts the liferemaining in the battery. When the indicator icon is at 3 bars, the battery is full. When the indicator icon falls to 1 bar, replace the battery with an N type battery.

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1. In a clean/dry environment, unscrew the pen cap in a counter-clockwise motion.2. Slide the cap and battery housing out of the PT4.3. Remove the depleted battery out of its housing.4. Insert a new battery into the battery housing oriented with the negative end touching the spring.5. Align the groove along the battery housing with the guide bump inside the PT4case and slide the battery housing back in.6. Screw the PT4 cap back on in a clockwise direction. Do not over tighten.

III. Sensor Cleaning (additional sensor cleaning methods at www.myronl.com) Cleaning the sensor: The Myron L Company recommends cleaning your sensor every two weeks, however this depends on application and frequency of use. Indications of a dirty sensor are slower and/or erroneous readings.There are three critical components in your PT4 sensor; a very sensitive glass pH sensor bulb, a platinum ORP electrode, and a temperature sensor encapsulated in a small glass noid. Use extreme caution when cleaning your PT4 sensor.To clean your sensor, select one of the following methods:• Basic Cleaning: Using a solution made of dish soap mixed with water and a cotton swab, gently clean the inside of the sensor body and platinum electrode, rinse thoroughly with clean water, then recondition the sensor.• Cleaning the pH Sensor Bulb: If the sensor becomes dirty, clean the sensor surface with an isopropyl soaked cotton swab. Then rinse thoroughly with clean water.• Deep cleaning the platinum ORP electrode: Using the ORP electrode cleaning paper and water, gently clean the platinum electrode, rinse thoroughly then recondition the sensor.To recondition the sensor: Rinse the sensor thoroughly with clean water, then allow it to soak in Storage Solution for a minimum of 1 hour (for best results allow the sensor to soak in Storage Solution overnight).

IV. FCE Sensor ReplacementCAUTION: Only Remove/Replace the FCE sensor in a CLEAN and DRYenvironment!To remove the FCE sensor: Remove the soaker cap; make sure the PT4 (including the FCE sensor) is clean and dry.Loosen the battery tray (to allow pressure equalization).Then firmly grasp the FCE sensor body and slowly pull the FCE sensor out.To install a new FCE sensor: Line up the alignment tabs on the FCE sensor with the alignment slots on the PT4 unit. Gently push the FCE sensor into position, then close the battery cap.

You will need: RPT4  Replacement FCE Sensor (with instructions)

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