The Myrol L PS6FCE PoolPro Water Quality Analyzer can measure a dynamic range of sanitizer concentrations that is wider than the range of a colorimetric test kit. It combines quality and functionality with durability for a lifetime of customer satisfaction.
Maintain Balanced Water
POOLPRO tests basic parameters required to balance water so you can protect your pool or spa shell, plumbing, and all other related equipment from damage by etching or build-up and stains.
POOLPRO gives you instant, precise pH readings. Using colored strips or solutions can produce wildly varying, inaccurate results. pH is the most important factor in water balance and must be kept within a recommended range that also optimizes the sanitizer’s ability to work.
POOLPRO is also a quick and easy way to stay on top of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS). TDS is another factor in water balance and profoundly impacts water taste and bather comfort.
In a commercial pool or spa you must carefully monitor and control TDS on a regular basis to maintain acceptable levels. This prevents having to eventually drain and refill the pool or spa with new, lower TDS water — which is not only costly, but may be illegal.
POOLPRO measures and reports temperature to one tenth of a degree with every sample taken. Temperature plays a role in water balance, the growth of microorganisms, and especially affects bather comfort.
Analyze Water Balance On-the-Spot
The POOLPRO now features an LSI calculator that makes it easy to analyze the scaling nature of water in the lab or in the field. Using a calcium carbonate saturation index algorithm developed by Dr. Wilfred Langelier in 1936, the calculator computes the saturation index of a sample based on measured and inferred values for pH, temperature, hardness and alkalinity. You can then change any of these values in user adjust mode to analyze the effect of the change on water balance. User mode also allows you to input measured values for alkalinity and hardness as determined by other independent testing for a precise saturation index value.
Saturation index values are generally interpreted as follows:
- An index between -0.5 and +0.5 indicates balanced water
- An index of more than +0.5 indicates scale-forming water
- An index below -0.5 indicates corrosive water
- Convert Hardness Units
- Within the LSI Calculator is a Hardness calculator that allows you to select either ppm or grains of hardness units for saturation index calculation. The hardness unit conversion is based on the following equivalency: 17.1 ppm (mg/L) = 1 grain. The hardness range is limited to 0.0 - 1710 ppm and 0.0 - 100 grains of hardness in the POOLPRO.
Keep Water Sanitary
Myron L’s POOLPRO provides the fastest, most precise, easy-to-use method of obtaining Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP or REDOX) readings to check the true level of effectiveness of all sanitizers in any pool or spa. Tests are available that determine the amount of free and total chlorine, bromine, and other sanitizers.
However, ORP is the only way to determine the total killing power of them all. ORP objectively and precisely measures the sanitizer’s ability to burn up, or oxidize, organic matter in the water. ORP can only be determined by an electronic instrument.
Automatic control systems that rely on ORP to monitor and control sanitizer levels require manual testing with separate instrumentation as a necessary check to ensure the system is working properly.
Measure Free Chlorine
POOLPRO now features the ability to convert Oxidation Reduction Potential measurements from mV to parts per million free chlorine. mV and ppm free chlorine are the two most commonly used sanitizer measurement units in water quality management. The mV to ppm free chlorine conversion algorithm is based on a published conversion curve and bench testing performed at the Myron L Company. The accuracy of low-range ppm free chlorine readings has been increased by extrapolating from the published data. With this new feature Myron L instruments can measure a dynamic range of sanitizer concentrations that is wider than the range of a colorimetric test kit.
POOLPRO conveniently tests for mineral/salt concentration at the press of a button. In saltwater systems, manual testing with separate instrumentation is necessary to ensure enough sodium chloride is present to generate the chlorine required to sanitize the water. System components can scale or fail and must be re-calibrated as part of regular maintenance.
Simply The Best
POOLPRO is lightweight, portable, buoyant, waterproof, easy-to-calibrate, and easy-to-use. Simply rinse and fill the cell cup by dipping the POOLPRO in the water, then press the button of the parameter you wish to measure. You immediately get a standard, numerical digital readout — eliminating all subjectivity. Up to 100 date-timestamped readings can be stored in POOLPRO’s non-volatile memory.
POOLPRO is the pool professional’s tool of choice for comprehensive, efficient, cost-effective testing of any pool or spa water.
- Display: 4 Digit LCD
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 196 x 68 x 64 mm/7.7 x 2.7 x 2.5 in.
- Weight: 352 g/12.4 oz.
- Case Material: VALOX®*
- Cond/Res/TDS Cell Material: VALOX®*
- Cond/TDS Electrodes (4): 316 Stainless Steel
- Cond/Res/TDS Cell Capacity: 5 ml/0.2 oz.
- pH/ORP Sensor Well Capacity: 1,2 ml/0.04 oz. (D-6)
- Power: 9V Alkaline Battery
- Battery Life: >100 Hours/5000 Readings
- Operating/Storage Temperature: 0-55°C/32-132°F
- Protection Ratings: IP67/NEMA 6 (waterproof to 1 meter/3 feet)