Discover our assortment of accurate pH Meters, EC Meters, TDS Meters, Salt Meters and PH/EC Combo Meters. Designed for rapid response, accuracy, durability, and longevity.
PH Meter pool, aquarium, spa
The pH Meter is probably the best-known digital meter in the world. Measuring the pH level, or acidity, accurately and within seconds is often the first step in water-analysis.
Our pH meters are most commonly used by pool and aquarium owners who need to measure the pH level of their water on a daily basis. Even if you have an automated pH/ORP dosing system, it is still recommended to test with a pH meter from time to time as there can always be a problem with the pH electrode.
Remember to calibrate your pH meter regularly with certified pH buffer solution.
Oxidation Reduction Potential can be measured with a digital ORP Meter. ORP Meters are used predominantly for pool water treatment systems, laboratories, and food production.
Go directly to our ORP Meter Collection Page. Just looking for ORP calibration buffer to calibrate your ORP Meter? Have a look at our professional ORP Calibration solutions.
EC Meter and TDS Meter for plants and nutrients.
Electrical Conductivity, or EC can be measured with an EC Meter. EC is an important value, used in hydroponic systems and the production and cultivation of plants on a professional scale. It allows you to monitor and optimally dose nutrients, so your plants and crops can grow with maximum potential. Go directly to our EC Meter Collection Page.
Total Dissolved Solids or TDS are measured with a digital TDS Meter. TDS can be Metals, Minerals and Salts that are dissolved in a liquid. A high TDS Level indicates there are a lot of dissolved particles, that could potentially damage your equipment or make drinking water unsafe for consumption. TDS Meters are popular tools used to measure the hardness of water or the quality of drinking water. Go directly to our TDS Meter Collection Page.
Salt Meter pool and aquarium
Measuring the level of salt in a liquid or water with a Salt Meter is quick and easy with our popular Meytec® GT-200s Salt Meter. If you have a saltwater aquarium or reef aquarium, you need to regularly monitor and adjust the salt content of your aquarium. You want to maintain the perfect salt level to keep your eco-system balanced and healthy.
Recently Salt meters or Salt testers have become immensely popular for pool owners who use salt-chlorination to disinfect their pools. Salt is added to the pool (usually between 1 and 5 grams per liter) and through electrolysis the salt molecules are split, producing chlorine in a closed cycle. A Salt Meter is recommended because these salt-electrolysis machines require a certain salt level to be present in the pool water. Above or below this salt level, the machine will go into alarm and stop production, or it could even damage the expensive cell of your salt-chlorination device. So measure the salt level of your pool regularly, and top up when necessary.